Brodie Cullens practice is typically incorporates the creation of painterly assemblage works in an attempt to reframe the civic space as a public archive of bodily thresholds and how they are governed in lived experience. 

 Cullens practice often blurs the boundaries between painting, sculpture, and installation, incorporating elements of bodily presence and action by attempting themes of anthropomorphism during the process of making pictures, which he likes to refer to as documents of events. Using the civic space as a natural meeting place for the body and how it is governed, allows Cullen to recognise and critique value systems at play in this public space. Through attention to the intricacies and inequalities of value within society his work challenges viewers to question and reassess these systems, ultimately encouraging a more nuanced understanding of value in the urban context.