exhibitions

 

 

past exhibitions

The Salon at The Hold with SOFA

 

Click here for the Mortal:Immortal Catalogue written by SOFA

 

 

this. . .  at The Hold

 

this. . in Mortal:Immortal at The Hold Gallery, installation shots courtesy of Diagram, 2013.

 

this. . in Mortal:Immortal at The Hold Gallery, installation shots courtesy of Diagram, 2013.

 

this. . in Mortal:Immortal at The Hold Gallery, installation shots courtesy of Diagram, 2013.

 

this. . in Mortal:Immortal at The Hold Gallery, installation shots courtesy of Diagram, 2013.

 

 

Nocturnes in Nightwatch at Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Valley VIC

 

Nocturnes at the Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Valley, VIC, installation shots courtesy of Incinerator Gallery, 2013.

 

The Salon at Art Snack with SOFA

I’ll be analysing, behaving, confessing, describing, exhibiting, formulating, generating, happening, illustrating, justifying, knowing, listening, musing, nodding, observing, provoking, questioning, reflecting, simplifying, teasing, understanding, verbalising, welcoming, x-raying, yapping and zig zagging at The Salon at Art Snack on Southbank, Wednesday the 16th of January. There will be 3 other artists, some art theorists and curators doing the same.

 

Early career artists Simon Degroot, Kylie Spear, Emma Leslie and Caitlin Franzmann chat it out with Sebastian Moody, Sally Bulter and Julie Fragar. Organised by Diagram and SOFA. Image courtesy of Diagram.

 

 

this. . .  at the Queensland College of Art Honours Grad Show

this. . . at The Queensland College of Art White Box Gallery, 2012.

this. . . at The Queensland College of Art White Box Gallery, 2012.

this. . . at The Queensland College of Art White Box Gallery, 2012.

 

 

Nocturnes at The Queensland Centre for Photography

Nocturnes at The Queensland Centre of Photography, installation shots courtesy of The QCP, 2012.

 

 

The GAS: Graduate Art Show

Nocturnes at The GAS: Graduate Art Show, installation shots courtesy of the Griffith University Art Gallery, 2011.

Nocturnes at The GAS: Graduate Art Show, installation shots courtesy of the Griffith University Art Gallery, 2011.