Friday, 27 June 2014

Updated exhibition CV

Solo exhibitions:
2017- The History of Wind (Chapter I & II), CCAS (Manuka), Canberra, May 2017
2015- Museum of Fathers, Factory 49, Sydney
2014- Black ice, Office Project Space, Factory 49, Sydney
2004- Schmatte, First Draft Gallery, Sydney
Selected group exhibitions:   
2018- Open Studio, Ultimo Projects

2017- Expanded possibilities for the image, Dark Star

2017- Finalist, Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, PLC
2016- Finalist, Fisher's Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Art Centre  
2015- Finalist, Fisher's Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Art Centre 
2016- Annual group show, Factory 49
2016- Ultimo Project's open studio (M.O.S.T)

2015- Annual Stone Villa Fundraiser, Chrissie Cotter Gallery 
2015- Scoring Patti Smith, Affiliated Text, Cross Arts Books

2015- F Generation: Feminism, Art, Progressions Curators: Caroline Phillips, Veronica Caven Aldous & Dr. Juliette Peers; George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne
2015- Taking up Space, Articulate Project Space
2015- Notes to a Future Feminist Archive, Affiliated Text, Cross Arts Books
2015- Feral [Group A & B], Articulate Project Space
2014- Articulate turns 4: Colour, line, form, Articulate Project Space
2014- Annual Stone Villa Fundraiser, Chrissie Cotter Gallery
2014- 9th Annual Group Exhibition, Factory 49
2014- Paper, Factory 49
2014- Fair Isle, Articulate Project Space
2014- The Survey Show, Clandulla State Gallery
2014- Redfern Biennale, in conjunction with Damien Minton Gallery
2014- Leichhardt Open Studio Trail (L.O.S.T), Articulate Project Space
2014- Daisy Chain, Marrickville Garage
2014- Splice, Articulate Project Space
2013- Annual Stonevilla Fundraiser, Chrissie Cotter Gallery
2013- Articulate turns 3, Articulate Project Space
2013- Closer, Articulate Upstairs, Leichhardt, October
2013- The Gesture, AGNSW Staff Leukaemia Research Fundraiser, Chrissie Cotter Gallery
2012- 20/20,Curated by Robert Lake at Damien Minton Annex Gallery, Sydney
2011- Stonevilla Site Specific Sculpture Prize
2003- site/unseen, First Draft Gallery, Sydney
2001- Cells’ Site specific installation at Children’s Court, Cnr Albion St., Surry Hills, Sydney 
1999- 1670 from the Window: Site specific exhibition,  Uchi Lounge, Sydney
1998- Untitled Honours Exhibition, Sydney College of the Arts
1996- Pieta performance, Sydney College of the Arts
1996- Nutso performance, Sydney College of the Arts
1996- aloneness performance, Sydney College of the Arts
2015- Anna Gibbs, Serial couplings: Affiliated text at Cross Art Books,
2013- Lynne Barwick, catalogue essay, Museum of Fathers 
2004- Lynne Barwick, catalogue essay, The Problem with India Zegan
Professional activities:
2014-2015: Board member, Articulate Project Space, Sydney
2012- Self funded study tour to Belgium, Germany and Poland: Selected Highlights: Dockumenta 13; Track, S.M.A.K(Gent); BOZAR, Brussels; MSK, Gent; Outsider Art Collection at Museum Dr.Guislan, Gent; Bruegel Unseen, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp; Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin; Kunst Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Diane Arbus, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin; Manifesta 9, Genk; Zacheta Gallery, Warszawa; Galeria Foksal, Warszawa; Contemporary Art Centre (CCA), Warszawa; and selected site-specific contemporary public memorials, contemporary art museums, contemporary art foundations in Kassel, Gent, Antwerp, Berlin, Warszawa, Lodz & Torun.
2005-2008 - Participation on a three-person selection panel for the Local and International 
Artist Exchange Program, Marrickville Council, NSW
2006- Establish and launch the Kinokuniya Books Digital Art Prize. Project Partners: Thames 
& Hudson Books
2005/6- NSW Ministry of the Arts Gunnery Studio Residency
2005- Arthur Boyd Bundanon Trust Residency 
2003- COFA GAS grant
2000- NSW Ministry For The Arts Marketing Grant (December round)
1997- The John Ewan Frazer Bursary, University Of Sydney
1997- The Thomas Walker Bursary, University Of Sydney
1996- The Basil & Muriel Hooper Scholarship, Art Gallery of New South Wales
2005- Master of Art Administration, COFA, University of New South Wales
2000-2001- Museum Methods, Ultimo TAFE
1998- B.Visual Art (Hon), SCA (Sculpture, Installation & Performance) Sydney University
2005- Book Review: ‘Beautiful Games: Deborah Paauwe’ Wakefield Press (2004), reviewed for The Australian Public Intellectual Network (API) online journal 
1996- Cover image ‘After Caravaggio, Judith murdering Holofernes’, Sport 17, Spring 1996, 
Victoria Press, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
Additional information:  To see my full arts employment CV, please go to Linked In.
Languages: English, Polish and currently learning German.

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