Education

2015- BA Fine Art Honours (First Class) at Curtin University

2012 – 2014 Bachelor of Fine Art/ Art and Design at Curtin University

2013-2014 Visiting Scholar to L'École Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Dijon, France

 

Solo Exhibitions

2019

(upcoming) Exhibition as part of the series ‘Networking and Chilling’, Harbinger Project Space, Reykjavik, Iceland

2016

Where Two Oceans Meet: Selected Histories of Flinders Bay, SEVENTH Gallery, Fitzroy, Australia

 

Group Exhibitions

2019

Folding Together, Cool Change Contemporary, Perth, Australia,

2018

Maybe it’s the weather, (With Brontë Jones and Natasha Lall) Cool Change Contemporary, Perth, Australia

2017

Placing the Periphery, Zig Zag Gallery, Kalamunda, Perth, Australia

Songe éternel d'un esprit endormi with C.O.S.M.I.C. collective, La FaRM, Neuilly-Plaisance Ville, France

2016

The Light and the Heavy, with Magali Rifflart-Villeneuve, D'Clinic Studio, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary

All Seeing Eyes by the Beige Garden Bed (With Lyle Branson, Jacobus Capone, Teelah George), Pet Projects, Bayswater, Australia

2015

Curtin University Degree Show, Bentley, Australia

2014

Curtin University Degree Show, Bentley, Australia

2014

Dison Dijon, Entrepot 9, Dijon, France

2013

25 Under 25 curated by Feast Your Eyes Gallery at the Moores Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle, Australia 

2013

Gomboc Sculpture Survey, Gomboc Sculpture Park, Middle Swan, Australia

 

Awards

2015

Curtin University Studio Prize

Member Vice Chancellors List, Curtin University

 

Residencies

2017

Studio Residency at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia 

 Interlude Gallery Writers Program, Interlude Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2016

MiXER Residency at D'Clinic Studios, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary

Artist in Residence at Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia

 

Scholarships

2013

Helen Hyslop Art Award for a St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School Old Girl in their second year of and Arts Related Degree.

2010

Recipient of The National Gallery of Australia’s National Summer Art Scholarship

Curatorial:

 

2018

Maybe it’s the weather, exhibition at Cool Change Contemporary, Perth, Australia; publication curated in in collaboration with Ana Victoria Bruno and Bronte Jones: publication launches at Cool Change Contemporary, Good Press, Glasgow, Scotland and OPEN, Reykjavik, Iceland and exhibition at Kosminen Art Space, Helsinki, Finland

Klappastigur 12, Reykjavik, Iceland (in collaboration with students from Listahaskoli Islands, and Haskoli Islands)