Lauren Brincat is a female artist.

Lauren Brincat lives and works in the inner-west of Sydney. In 2004 she graduated with First Class Honours from Sydney College of the Arts in Painting and received her Masters in 2006. Currently she is working with a performance and sculptural practice predominantly focused on the drum kit. Her growing understanding of its significance and role within the context of art has seen drum kits feature heavily in and around her work. Lauren frequently disempowers this rock music icon, but at other times it is elevated. The artist’s concerns are the artistic crossovers of rock’n’roll and painting, each constantly being referred to as dead, each constantly being reinvented.

In 2008 Lauren won the Mosman Westpac art prize, and more recently her work was shown in the group exhibition ‘Make a Scene’ at Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney. Lauren has taken part in the 2009 ‘Splendid’ residency at Lismore Regional Gallery and is the recipient of the 2009 Helen Lempriere Travelling Scholarship.