Abstract minimalist photographer and installation artist

Optically charged photos shift audience perceptions

Mira Krulic is a contemporary abstract artist who’s worked across various disciplines such as film, assemblage, and installation. Her current practice focuses on photo-media. She uses abstract minimalist photography to create an immersive and insightful experience for audiences.

Mira’s most interested in exploring how perception and experience is changed by playing with form and space. This idea took root from her life drawing practice. Moving from literal representation to abstracted images, she played with spatial relationships between items. Manipulating images by removing obvious reference points and focusing on specific aesthetic details.

Transforming found objects and spaces

For the last two decades, Mira has refined this process of visual disruption. Experimenting with both two- and three-dimensional artworks. Firstly, by using found objects and ephemera to activate unusual, often ignored spaces. Hallways and corridors, stairwells, and corners. Her artwork asks people to engage with these overlooked environments with a fresh perspective.

And now, she reveals hidden possibilities using her camera. Transforming macro images of the mundane and discarded into large-scale, luminous portals. In doing so, she highlights the beauty of ordinary things.

This is where Mira’s creative strengths shine. Her discerning artist’s eye enables her to bring subjects and spaces to life in new, exciting, and unexpected ways.

Reconnecting with the present

In a world ever focused on how we curate our lives for consumption, Mira’s work offers a refreshing perspective. By breaking down the familiar, she makes space for contemplation, curiosity, and wonder. She draws attention to the unnoticed, discarded and forgotten, and encourages audiences to reflect on how they interact and engage with the hidden ordinary in their everyday lives.

Mira has been inspiring art-lovers in solo and group exhibitions across Melbourne since 2000. She completed a Diploma of Visual Art at Melbourne University in 2009 and was a recipient of the Fiona Myer & Myer Foundation Artist Grant in 2010.  


2021                Now That Kin Have Gone with Karryn Argus, Sandbox Studios Box Gallery, Melbourne

2019                Wyndham Art Prize, group exhibition, Wyndham Gallery, Melbourne

2017                Cosmic Portal, Off The Kerb Collingwood, Melbourne

2015                Lightwell, Vox Populi Gallery Ballarat International Fringe Biennale (Fringe), Ballarat

2014                RGB Flirtations, Glass Gallery Northcote, Melbourne

2010                Inside Out, 69 Smith Street, group exhibition with Bek Hayes, Jennie Menzies, Karryn Argus and Dianne Zacanovsky, Melbourne

2010                Connect 10 Alumni, Victoria University, group exhibition, Melbourne

2009                One by 6, Louis Joel Gallery, group exhibition with Bek Hayes, Jennie Menzies, Karryn Argus and Dianne Zacanovsky, Melbourne

2009                Art Prize, group exhibition, Victoria University, Melbourne

2009                Kodak Salon Exhibition, group exhibition Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne

2009                Post Cards Show, Linden Gallery, Melbourne

2008                Non-Specific Object Space, with Robert Mangion, Fleur Brett and Mark White, Kings ARI, Melbourne

2006                & ?, Cusp Gallery/Fringe Festival, group exhibition, Melbourne

2004                Splinter, Hunt Club Foyer Gallery, with Pamela Graham, Melbourne

2002                Anomaly, Hunt Club Gallery, Melbourne

2000                Indexical Push, group exhibition Gabriel Gallery, Melbourne



2010                Fiona Myer & Myer Foundation Artist Grant

2009                Highly Commended – VU Art Prize Entry


Object Journeys, catalogue essay Caroline Phillips, Sandbox Studios Box Gallery, Melbourne

Poetics of Duality, catalogue essay Irene Crusca, Kings Ari, Melbourne

Non Specific Object Space, catalogue Robert Mangion, Kings Ari, Melbourne


2011                David Simmonds Photography Workshop, Melbourne

2009                Diploma of Visual Art -Victoria University, Melbourne

2008                Artslab Project 4

2004                Body in Context Workshop - Hunt Club Community Arts Centre

2000                Artways Visual Art Course



2017                Outlet Magazine


Contact details

Mira Krulic

Melbourne, Australia

M: +61 0412 392 588