Amber Cronin is an Australian cross-disciplinary artist whose work spans sculpture, drawing, installation, performance and social interventions. Cronin’s visual arts research is rooted in performative and sculptural gestures that engage the audience through the connection of memory, time and space. Everyday actions such as weaving, sewing or sleeping are transformed into meditative sites of ritual activity. Cronin has been focused on creating a space for dialogue between visual arts and performance/dance. Her involvement with The Mill in Adelaide exemplifies her interest in audience driven works and she approaches making as an independent artist through the structure of contemporary performance production. Cronin has received numerous Grants and Awards including, in 2019, the Lang McKee Graduate Award, Helpmann Academy, the Australia Council of the Arts, Future Leader and Young Citizen of the Year, Adelaide City Council 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of South Australia, 2019 + Honours (2020).