Kate Donovan has invited me to join her on her radio program, elements, to talk all things meteor/ites. Tune in tonight at 9pm to 88,4 MHz in Berlin, or 90,7 MHz in Potsdam. You can find all the details here.
Piotr Pietrus and I have a untitled print from our Mammalia series in the inaugural auction at DAS KAPiTAL this Saturday 10.11.18.
The auction will feature selected pieces by artists invited to talk from 2014-2018 at DAS KAPiTAL. You can view the online catalogue here.
Over 100 pieces of art will be exhibited in the 60 m2 space on Karl-Marx-Platz 18 in Berlin, Neukölln in the week leading up to the auction. Throughout the 4 years DAS KAPiTAL has held over 250 Artist Talks and more than 150 additional events.
I'm excited to show my series, Memory Muscle, as part of the group show Significant Velocities, opening next Thurs 4th Oct. If you're in Melbourne please visit the opening and drink a spring wine for me!
I recently became a member of SALOON Berlin, a not for profit network connecting women in Berlin working professionally in the arts as curators, artists or journalists, as well as in galleries, museums or universities.
Recently I was interviewed by the lovely people at the Georges Mora Fellowship about my time at the State Library of Victoria, climbing metaphorical mountains, and real ones too. You can read the full interview here.
I have a small work in this group exhibition organised at the print workshop at the BBK, Berlin.
Arbeiten von/work from:
Elvira Akzigitova - Deike Benjoya - Sascha Bierl - Graw Böckler - Sven Buschmeier - Arina Essipowitsch - Catherine Evans - Janne Frédac - Maja Gratzfeld - Paul Hance - Margret Holz - Undine Hradil - Yannick Krauke - Georgia Krawiec - Silke Panknin – Benyamin Reich - Peter Riedlinger - Juliana Saragosa - York Wegerhoff - Bignia Wehrli - Nicole Wendel - Kerstin Weßlau - Johannes Wewetzer - Barbara Wolff - Martin Zellerhoff
I have my photograph, Bruise, included in the Family of No Man exhibition in Arles, France, along with 494 other female photographers. If you can't get to Arles (like myself) you can visit the online time capsule here.
I've been invited to present an alumni artist talk alongside the current PICTURE BERLIN fall session residents: Thursday 2 November 2017 at 19:00h - 23:00h, tête, Schönhauser Allee 161A Berlin 10435.
Annie Kurz (DE)
Tobias Lengkeek (NL)
Charles Park (US)
Fabiana Sala (IT)
William Erhard Winter (US)
Anastasia Cazabon (US)
Ilyn Wong (US)
Catherine Evans (AUS)
There will be a soup intermission! Join us!
I'll be presenting a new work in the group show, Thousand Year Stare, curated by Sam Leach at Chamber in Brunswick Melbourne! After opening night, viewing is by appointment only via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My second radio interview for Kate Donovan's radio program, elements, titled 'crystals & rocks' is now online. I talk about the search for crystals in the Polish mountains and artist Ally Bisshop gives a preview reading from her new book, 'Marble,' from the Lost Rocks series. You can stream it here.
The 9 x 5 NOW exhibition opens this Thursday 15th June, 6-8pm. All event details are here and you can view a full catalogue of all works here, listed by artist surname. Celebrating 150 years of the National Gallery School and Victorian College of the Arts, this major exhibition represents over 350 VCA alumni and staff.
I'm excited to be invited into the studio for a follow-up chat with Kate Donovan for her program Elements, along with another (Australian!) studio guest, artist Ally Bisshop. Tune in to hear the story how I found the stones for my recent installation Irrstern and to get a sneak preview of Ally's new writing for the Lost Rocks publication series. You can find all the details here.
I am happy to announce that I'll have the opportunity to show Irrstern and a selection of photographs from the Mammalia series with Piotr Pietrus and some other great artists again as part of The Presence of Absence curated by Dr Martin Steffens & Susann Kramer at Kunstverein Neukölln. Programmed as part of the 48 Stunden Neukölln arts festival, watch this space!