Alison Mooney is an Australian artist exploring colour, movement and curiosity.

Mooney’s layered compositions stretch beyond a surface, with ‘superflat’ elements that disrupt that sense of infinite space. 

Her public art and interactive installations continue her explorations of suspense, curiosity, interaction and immersion.

Sculptural experiments play with colour and light, shape and depth.

Her practice offers her an experience of the ‘wonderful infinite’ available in the everyday.

Mooney works from her Sunshine Coast based studio in Queensland and has a growing catalogue of public works in Australia – across Queensland, northern NSW and Melbourne, VIC.

Her studio pieces are represented by galleries in Australia, Canada and the US.

Mooney’s works are held in public collections of META HQ in San Francisco + the public Sunshine Coast Art Collection; and in private collections in Japan, NZ, Canada, PNG, the US, the UK, Austria and throughout Australia.

Project partners include SouthsouthWest, Vandal, Pellicano Property, UniSC, Headspace, Pacific Fair, Aura City of Colour, Stockland, Sunshine Coast Council, Toowoomba Regional Council, City of Port Phillip, TAFE Queensland, MIRVAC, AHL and more.