Klari Agar is a Visual Artist practicing on the unceeded lands of the Kulin Nation. Born and Raised in Naarm (Melbourne) they have been exhibiting within Australia since 2016. They primarily work within Photography, Installation and Curation - using 35mm negatives and chemical experimentation they use abstract imagery derived from emotional landscapes and physically build around imagery with locally sourced or found objects. They use their installations to communicate concepts of intimacies and environment.
They have exhibited in Hyde Park, Sydeny (2019), Sucker.co (2019), Centre for Contemprary Photography (2019) and Beeac Window Space (2018), Kings Run (2019), Gallery 17 (2020), Sucker.co (2020) and at AIRspace projects (2021).
In 2018 Agar had a solo show ‘ 8PM TOMORROW’ at the Beaac Window space and was awarded ‘ Staff Choice Award’ at the CCP Salon. In early 2019 Agar worked with SpeakEasy and Darebin Arts to produce a festival ('Let's Take Over').
Agar is currently completing their bachelor of Fine Arts (photography) at the Victorian of the Arts.