David Jensz is an innovative contemporary sculptor whose practice spans studio-based works and public art commissions. His practice is informed by physics and contemporary theories of space and time as well as how the planet is impacted by climate and human intervention. David holds a graduate diploma in Sculpture from the Canberra School of Art and taught sculpture and drawing part-time at the Australian National University, School of Art and Design until 2017. He has exhibited widely in Australia and overseas including New York, Thailand, Japan, New Zealand and India. He has been the recipient of prestigious awards and grants including Australia Council and Asialink residencies and grants. David has work in collections in Australia and Overseas including the National Gallery of Australia, university collections and regional museums and galleries. David is a freelance artist who works from his purpose built studio at Murrumbateman, near Canberra, Australia. Download full Curriculum Vitae for details.