Teegan Horat

Making with the found, lost, and forgotten.

Portrait by Maki Levine


Teegan Horat is an early career artist from Narm (Melbourne). She is primarily concerned with memory - both of humans and of objects. Her practice is materiality and technically diverse, interrogating the material and sentimental nature of found objects and spaces, and utilising craft processes such as silversmithing, glass, and textiles in the creation of new work. She holds a Bachelor in Fine Art (Honours) from RMIT University and a Diploma in Product Design from RMIT TAFE.

(2024) RMIT First Site Gallery exhibitor

(2024) Craft Victoria, Fresh! ‘24 exhibitor and fellowship recipient

(2023) 37th Marzee International Graduate Show, Galerie Marzee, The Netherlands

(2023) Pin 9 Exhibition, ANCA, Canberra, ACT

(2022) RMIT School of Art Graduate Exhibition

(2022) Possessed By Light, Student Exhibition Project at RMIT

(2022) Rendering Jewellery & Objects, for Craft Contemporary

(2022/3) RMIT Jewellery Auction 2022

(2022) Small Works, Brunswick St Gallery

(2021) Rendering Jewellery & Objects, for Radiant Pavilion & Craft Contemporary

(2021) Botanica, for Radiant Pavilion

(2020) The Meaning of Things, Craft Victoria