At 6:30pm on Friday 11 August, 2017 I will be presenting an artist talk at the Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). The talk is part of the public programs for the blockbuster Marvel exhibition. I will be talking about my favourite room in the show and how it relates to my practice.
I will be showing a few small sculptures and films as part of The Rubies at the ANU School of Art and Design Gallery. The show opens 6pm, Thursday August 10 and runs until September 9, 2017. It is a group show of 16 graduates from the ANU School of Art and Design to celebrate its 40th Anniversary.
Neptune's Estrangement and Ovid's Medusa #33 will be shown as part of a screening program called Lucence at the ANU School of Art and Design Gallery on Wednesday 19 April, 2017.
I have work showing at both Alaska Projects and Cross Arts in Sydney as part of the crosseXions project. I am showing works from the Venus of Brisbane series alongside a bunch of interesting artists from Brisbane.
If you are in Sydney and feel like a gallery crawl through the X please drop by.
I will be talking to Dr Paolo Magagnoli about my practice and all things Cindy Sherman at the Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) on Sunday May 29 at 3pm. The conversation is part of 'Sundays with Cindy', a series of events celebrating the launch of the new Cindy Sherman show at QAGOMA.
Dr Paolo is a Lecturer in Art History at the University of Queensland interested in Photography and the Moving Image.
Listen to the chat here.
I am excited to be making a large interactive installation for 'Wonder' an exhibition being curated by Carrie Kibbler at the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre. The exhibition will take place from June 11 to August 7, 2016. The new work for the show is based on 'Land Down Under' from The Wonderful Land of Oz series.
The Equal Standard have worked in collaboration with the crosseXions team to create a special issue titled 'The Dirty Word'. The fourth issue of the broadzine features pages by myself alongside the other 11 crosseXions artists, the curator Beth Jackson and a raft of guest writers.
Miegunyah House Museum is home to the Queensland Women's Historical Association. I'm in a show there opening May 6, 2016. Its an interesting project curated by Natasha Lewis Honeyman spanning three historical venues across Brisbane with works by: Mandana Mapar, Sally Molly, Sara Iran Nejad and Natasha LewisHoneyman. Throw on a frock and come by for a beverage. Its a great place to discover!
I have made works about Leila Perry. An original inhabitant of the house.
I'm excited to be part of a group show opening Wednesday April 27, 2016 at Metro Arts in Brisbane. The exhibition titled crosseXions has been curated by Beth Jackson. I will be showing work alongside: James Barth, Clark Beumont, Katina Davidson, Dana Lawrie, Julie-Anne Milinski, Clare Poppi, Merri Randell, Leena Riethmuller, Lynden Stone and Shayna Wells.
I will be showing costumes and photographs from the Venus of Brisbane series.
I am currently undertaking a residency at Yeronga State High. Its a great school with a lot of talented students. Thanks to the great teachers in the Art Department for having me!
On January 26th my fluffy Australia clouds are being projected on the William Jolly Bridge in Brisbane. The clouds represent the many stories that make up our complex history. Through each other's stories we can learn about our past and move towards the future with greater empathy. Thanks to Brisbane City Council for inviting me to make this work.
Montsalvat is hosting an exhibition of works created by artists who have taken part in the Laughing Waters Artist Residency Program over the past 15 years. This exhibition celebrates the launch of Jane Woollard’s book Laughing Waters Road: Art, Landscape and Memory in Eltham.
A large watercolour I made while on residency at Laughing Waters in 2013 will be on display as part of the show. Huge congratulations to Jane on her fabulous book!
The exhibition will be at Montsalvat in Victoria from January 30 to March 13, 2016.
Following a public vote my proposed work, Sand Castle Competition, has been selected for the suburb of Wynnum in Brisbane. The large steel sculpture will be fabricated over summer and installed early in 2016.
Many thanks to the amazing team at Brisbane City Council for the opportunity to participate in this exciting project.