Warren Handley also known as ATLASt is multi-disciplinary artist who’s practice spans being a Visual Artist, Projectionist & Graphic Designer.
With an overlapping background in contemporary dance music culture and fine art practice Handley is known for his hybrid aesthetic which combines bold geometric abstraction and digital collage techniques with lurid colour palettes, typography and disruptive glitch processes.
Handley studied at Griffith University QCA majoring in Fine Art with minors in Film and Graphic Design and graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Media (Honours - First Class) and was awarded best honours dissertation.
As a visual Artist Handley has exhibited in a number of exhibitions in Brisbane including a debut solo at This Must Be The Place gallery in Fortitude Valley in 2015. In 2018 he exhibited new video work at Electro Fringe's EF18 exhibition in Sydney as part of Sydney Fringe festival as well as at The Eco Sciences Precinct's annual Art Meets Science exhibition in Brisbane. In 2019 Handley exhibited a new series of limited edition fine art prints exclusively for The Third Quarter gallery. Most recently in 2021 he was involved with The Third Quarter’s light and sound activation for BAD festival collaborating with Visual Artist Emily Devers on a projected typography work at Little Street Studio in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.