Some Useful Values are exhibited as part A Working Model of the World at UNSW Art Galleries from 5 May to 22 July 2017. Continue reading
Opening 6pm Thursday 30 July 2015: To be opened by Penelope Grist, Assistant Curator, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, and Chair of the Megalo Print studio + Gallery Board.
Exhibition dates 30 July – 23 August 2015.
A World of Things, a collaborative exhibition with Redmond Bridgeman, scheduled at the Huw Davies Gallery, ACT from 30 July to 23 August. A work in progress of component, Some Useful Values, can be found here: http://www.photonicsmedia.net/projects/cabinet Continue reading
At the Belconnen Art Centre, 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, ACT
Project dates: Tues 9th June – Sun 5 Jul 2015
Opening event: Friday 10 June, 5.30 pm
Meet the artists: Sunday 28 June 2.00pm
Gallery opening hours: Tues – Sunday 10am – 5pm
See: http://www.belconnenartscentre.com.au/exhibitions/slowingdowntime.html and http://artofslowingdowntime.tumblr.com/ Continue reading
Sixty Second Thoughts is a collaborative work with writer Ali Jane Smith. The time-based screen work that brings together the practices of poetry and image-making. It is shown for the first time at the Digital Art Projection event in the Crown Street pedestrian mall Wollongong in April 2015. Continue reading
The third iteration of Slowing Dowing Time begins at Articulate Project Space. Continue reading
Two years in the making, The Illustrated Almanac: Print Editions are finally completed and now showing at Drawing Room in King’s Cross (gallery space in Cross Art and Books). Continue reading
In this second iteration of the experimental collaborative project, three artists, Jo Law, Louise Curham, and Sue Healey will be exploring the premise of slowing down time in response to the TAEM Gallery at UOW. Continue reading
With Louise Curham, Michele Elliot, and Sue Healy. At Articulate Project Space. The project opens from: 10th March to 6th April. The closing event is on Sunday 6th April. Gallery opening hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11am – 5pm Continue reading
My phD thesis, CONSTELLATIONS: Walter Benjamin’s Allegories and Montage, and the Contingent Assemblies of Fragments in Art Practice, has been awarded outright. This page is the appendix of my thesis that illustrates my own works discussed in the writing.