Tiana Jefferies is an Australian artist working predominantly in sculpture and installation. Her practice explores ecological intimacies and how they form in public spaces. Her works borrow visual language from playground equipment, camping gear and outdoor architectures. These materials and visual cues are rearranged to playfully imagine structures for queer and ecological intimacies. At the core of Jefferies’ practice is a desire to evoke a strong emotive resonance through thoughtful material placements. Informed by queer theory and irreverent ecocriticism, Jefferies’ installations delight in ironic slippages and glimmer with joyful degeneracy.