Soooooo excited to be opening my new show Trod by Beasts Alone at Wellington Street Projects on October 25th at 6pm! Come along and check it out! There will be performance hand massages at the opening and on Sat 28th 12-2pm.
To breed pigs, farmers use HogMate; a synthesised pheromone that makes pigs uncontrollably horny (get out of the pen, it’ll have your leg). In 2016, I experienced for the first time the intoxicating impulse to sleep with men (it coincides with my ovulation), and then Trump became president. Trod By Beasts Alone explores the artists sense of losing control of her desires through her biology; of perverse salacious obsession; of becoming beast on breeding day.
To join us you must lose yourself (a beastly itching) 2017
Video Still, duration 5:06Filmed by Kuba Dorabialski
Thrilled to be a finalist in the 2017 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship!!!!
I'm on of nine artists, and the only one who chose to wear double denim (ACID WASH) in the promo image. Exhibition opens at Artspace on 8th November 2017, where the winner is announced.
So excited to be part of this incredible show curated by the extraordinary Tulleah Pearce. It's called The Future Leaks Out and is part of the Liveworks Festival from Performance Space at Carriageworks, looking at all things Anthropocene and exhibiting alongside really exceptional artists! Opening on 19th October 2017! Super super excited about this one!
Thrilled for my work to be curated in to A BROKEN LINK. A survey of contemporary practice in artist film and video. A BROKEN LINK is comprised of two discrete programs based on location. The program is curated by two Sydney-based and two London-based curators in an attempt to explore the similarities and differences of aesthetics and conceptual concerns of artists’ film and video from two different ends of the earth. The UK program has been curated by Simon Hollington and Andrew Marsh. The Australian program has been curated by (the wonderful) Samantha Ferris and Claire Taylor.
Wrote a little piece for Sophie Willison's wonderful mag Terra Firma. It's a great publication and was a lot of fun to write!
I just LOVE Emily Cormack, the curator of the 2016 Primavera. Here she is being dazzling in an article for Ocular by Stella Rosa McDonald
I had so much fun participating in the MCA's Genext Primavera event! It is such a great free program for young people, and wonderfully curated by the delightful and diligent Belinda Sculley. I got work with the lovely Giselle Stanborough and the below image was taken by a wonderful artists and a sublime friend Jodie Whalen. Thanks for having me Genext.
I'm not going to lie, this is a tiny bit exciting! MCA is using my image on it's banner about Primavera.
It has been such a privilege to work with Emily Cormack and the MCA team on this show. I am really proud of the work, and proud to exhibit alongside such extraordinary artists and art crushes.
Really really thrilled to be presenting The Great Dying at the Bristol Biennial 2016: In Other Worlds. There are excellent artists involved, like the wonderful Michaela Gleave. Come along if you're around Bristol!
A few months ago I did a little Ted talk. It was loads of fun. So much to say about air.
Had so much fun talking with the hilarious Ash Berdebes on her excellent show Out of the Box. Like, literally felt like winning an Oscar. I think it's available on iTunes (never thought I'd say that sentence).
Thrilled to be included in this year's PRIMAVERA, curated by the achingly wonderful Emily Cormack and alongside such an incredible group of artists!
Look at my little face, and sharp socks. Pleased as punch.
That time of year again, the Firstdraft auction. I have a cheeky little piece in as part of Achingly Sublime, my collaboration with Deb Mansfield (the). Nearly every fantastic artist in Sydney has work in the show, I can't wait!