Tunni Kraus is an Australian artist and iconographer. Spanning new media, installation, sculpture, intervention and video, his often subversive work challenges the social implications of the way we consume, communicate and make meaning. He is currently exploring ideas of ritual and identity through experimenting with digital communication technologies and the moving image, alongside his installation and mark making practices. Since completing his Master degrees in Public Art at RMIT University in 2010, he has created works for MONA FOMA, McClelland Sculpture Survey and exhibition “Spectres of Evaluation” at Footscray Community Art Centre. In 2013, he established Pink William, a utopian collective for dreams, actions, events and public programs.