A Wallaby Once Sat Here: small acts of celebration and concern ecology and the feminine

Prepared House as artwork/curation by Lyndal Jones with invited works by … Gosia Wlodarczak, Jeanette Skrokov, Simone Slee, Kerrie Poliness, Jill Orr, Mel Ogden, Gayle Maddigan, Katve-Kaissa Konturi, Norie Neumark &Maria Miranda, Anne Marsh, Tara Gilbee, Penelope Hunt, Phoebe Haffenden, Lily Hibberd, Megan Evans, Lesley Duxbury and Kim Donaldson.     Including Watford with Flowers, […]

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Blindside Exhibition

                      HERE IN THE UNDERGROWTH 5 – 22 OCT 2016 John Stephen Britten | James Farley + Jacob Raupach | Tara Gilbee | Ebony Gulliver | Matthew Harris | Claire Marston | Steph Shields | Ian Tully Here in the Undergrowth presents the work of […]

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tonglen (from the opaque)

I  first met domenico de clario in Bendigo (2012).  I volunteered to assist him at Latrobe Visual Arts Centre and as I helped unpack some of his boxes we discussed the unfolding nature of his work and archives. Later, in further contact and conversation, he mentioned his concepts around the burial of personal objects and I was captivated with the idea of […]

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Preludes and Sonatas for 15 Painters and Prepared House

This year I participated in Lyndal Jones project ‘Preludes and Sonatas for 15 Painters and Prepared House’ on the 30th of April,  2016 at Watford House, Avoca. Please read below and visit the website  for ‘The Avoca Project’ which will gives a background to this event: The Avoca Project is an international art project in regional Victoria, Australia, centred […]

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Artist Talk – Deakin University

I had a great time exploring the nature of my photographic practice with Third Year students studying New WorldsACI303 at School of Communication & Creative Arts, Faculty of Arts & Education, Deakin University with Daniel Armstrong. I also learnt about Solography and USB microscopic cameras. It was clear to me these are lucky students with a great range of […]

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Finalist – 2015 Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture

A $20,000 biennial national award for excellence in photographic portraiture dedicated to the memory of Olive Cotton, one of Australia’s leading twentieth century photographers. The winning work is acquired for the Gallery’s Collection. In 2005 Tweed Regional Gallery launched the Olive Cotton Award for photographic portraiture, funded by Olive Cotton’s family and dedicated to her […]

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Robe/s – Punctum Inc

April to October 2015 Central Victorian Goldfields It’s said that by 2020 we can anticipate that 2 billion people will be emigrating from their home country to another, seeking refuge or work. Many will walk this journey and in so doing softly shape landscapes that speak of their migration. But how do these landscapes speak to those crossing them? […]

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Daisy Chain

March 13th-15th & 19th-21st – 2015 @ White Space Daisy Chain is a collective act of interference. Accomplished artists handover their works seeking modification by others. In a gesture of uncensored release, these intimate acts of alteration beg the question of how chain reactions of response affect artworks, intentions and public opinion. From a safe […]

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