Interview, Georges Mora Fellowship, 17.07.18

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.

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DIE MENGE DES LICHTS, Druckwerkstatt im Kulturwerk des BBK, Berlin, 06.07 - 30.08.18

I have a small work in this group exhibition organised at the print workshop at the BBK, Berlin

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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

Artist Talk, Picture Berlin Fall Session, Berlin, 02.11.17

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!

9 x 5 NOW, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, 16 - 24.06.17

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.

Radio interview for Elements (CoLaboRadio), Berlin, 22.05.17

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.