Interdisciplinary artist, educator, researcher, and PhD Candidate at the Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University. My current interests include straddling apprenticeships in academia, arts writing/curatorship, and my own…… Read more “About the Artist”
The Harbour International Arts Residency’s ‘Sonic Tides’ was a four week creative laboratory bringing together established and emerging artists from Australia, Indonesia and Timor Leste, during July-August…… Read more “Sonic Tides”
Picture credit: Helen Orr. The Tent research will address how site, an object and relationships open up collaborative tasks and dialogues in the forms of material art-making…… Read more “The Tent I – Research Proposal”
In late 2013, as a Professional Experience Intern, I conceived a project in collaboration with Daphne Flax to facilitate the Masada College senior students towards original, contemporary…… Read more “Our Tent/My Pitch”
On Friday 23rd November, the audience of the 2012 COFA Graduation Show became collaborators with the work 'Don't Forget to Floss'. The participants on the whole were… Read more "Don’t forget to floss (at The Squarehouse)"
We all need to floss... 'Don't forget to floss' is an ephemeral intervention. Fairy-floss is made and installed, re-surfacing this location from the roof tiles, down the… Read more "Don’t forget to floss"
The work is a collaborative piece with Melanie Crawford. It is temporal, involving a large hand-made chocolate crackle block, and is essentially a protest work (“F Block”… Read more "CO..A – What the F?!"
Buladelah: a non-place, a place where a busy highway carries people on the way to somewhere else, where a community is poised for imminent transition. The township… Read more "Post-notes from Buladelah"
The work is a proposal; to act as a portal, a place where floating across borders is permitted and encouraged. The installation would be a camera and… Read more "K to B [the proposal]"
Found relics are reconfigured, suggesting a repurposing. A kind of cabinet of curiosities is presented. The objects and space might offer a Bourriaud-like 'spaces of questioning.' Perhaps… Read more "Membrane Post"