Contemporary multi-media artist whose work often deals with gender issues and feminist politics. Her work includes the gigantic inflatable plastic 'Blue Boy' that topped Sydney's MCA building in 1992 and her billboard 'Maria Kozic is Bitch'.
multi-media artist, drew 'Cumics’ in 1987 – five men in a cartoon-caricature strip[?] satirising the idea that the sexual act is a feat of male prowess. The men’s faces are based on illustrations in Italian comic books translated into paintings on canvas (Morell). Laycock (p.47) illustrates a detail from 'Succubus’, a b/w comic about women and sex.
Kozic also does 'art’ billboards and a great variety of work in other media, but is probably best known for her gigantic inflatable plastic 'Blue Boy’ that topped Sydney’s MCA building in 1992 then again in June 1997 as part of another MCA exhibition.
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