Grace Marlow is an emerging multidisciplinary artist predominantly living and working across the land of the Peramangk people of the Adelaide Hills and the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. 

She graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2016 from the Adelaide Central School of Art. During her studies she received the Art History and Theory Award for Outstanding Achievement and the National Association of Visual Arts Ignition Award for Professional Practice. She was selected for the 2016 Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition and awarded the Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) Scholarship to undertake her honours studies. Currently, her practice engages with sculpture and installation and their potential as vehicles for exploring the complexity of gender identity and resistance. She is currently making at Fontanelle Studios (Bowden site) and assisting as gallery manager at Sister.