It was an immense honour to be invited by the City of Karratha to be one this year’s judges in the Cossack Art Award, recognised as the most isolated acquisitive art exhibition in the world and the richest award of its kind in Australia. I’ve been a participating artist in the awards a few times, […]
Contemplating my involvement as curator in the the upcoming @darlingtonartsfestival Sculpture on the Scarp, reminded me about the interventions I sometimes instal on bush walks. These may take the form of builders string, rock arrangements, mark making in the gravel… depending on the location, my mood and what materials I find in my backpack. Any man-made items […]
I often read posts about creative block, being stuck with no ideas yet with the feeling of wanting to produce. Something. Anything.
The only time I come close to experiencing something similar is when I ruminate about the various concepts that I have.
Ideas for sculptures to make, for photographs to stage and take, for paintings I […]
I joined Bec Bowman on RTRFM’s Artbeat to discuss my latest mural for Pride WA and the City of Vincent. The Andy Warhol inspired piece acknowledges the importance of identity, self-expression and progress of the LGBTQI+ community. In the lead up to Pride, I shared the symbolism and representations of the artwork and the local LGBTQI+ community’s […]
Thanks to PerthNow for the recent write up on the latest workshops I facilitated at John Tonkin College. It was a pleasure working with young people who did an outstanding job with the painting! I think it’s a really positive addition to the school and adds some much needed colour to the site. Thanks for […]
I’m proud to have been involved in this mural project funded by the City of Vincent in support of Pride WA, Rainbow Community House and the general community! Read the full article published in Perth Now October 27, 2021.
Thanks to Stephen Pollock for the write up in the Perth Voice May 27, 2021 . The action photo shows a portion of the side wall I painted, with accompanying poster paste-ups on the rear wall. The (temporary) visual stimulation was a ground level activation directing visitors inside to my experiential show INNOMINATE.
Q&A with Nina Levy for INNOMINATE exhibition May 13, 2021.
Thanks to the Community News – Perth for the recent write-up about my large scale mural Perth!
The inability to attend exhibitions, gigs, theatre and other arts events over the past few weeks left a void in my life as I’m sure it has for many. Cries for financial assistance from the government by our cultural and creative sectors have been largely ignored during the COVID-19 crisis. I’ve also read much debate […]