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I work between the port town of Fremantle, the Perth hills, various sites in the WA wheatbelt, and international residencies.


From a hybrid background in art and design my practice continually returns to objects and the networks of agency held within them. Increasingly I have focused on the roles the environment, anxiety, personal history, and optimism play in this system. I draw upon experiences living in extreme Arctic environments (such as Upernavik, Greenland, and Longyearbyen, Svalbar) and elsewhere (including Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park, Japan).


Recently this has taken on a speculative approach: transforming processes and phenomena such as weather, flight, or public services along with personally significant elements such as memory, family, and class into critical ‘what-if’ scenarios.

My recent work draws upon the heroic spirit of cooperation that defines the polar regions (and other ‘frontiers’ of change) and complicated personal histories. My sweetly absurd and often grand gestures suggest that collective hard work, exchange, and bravery are essential for adaptation to change.

I graduated with a BA (Fine Art) from Curtin University, Western Australia in 2009 and an Advanced Diploma of Product Design and Innovation at Central Instititute of Technology in 2014. I live in Perth, Western Australia, but am often found elsewhere (especially where its very very cold).





2014 Advanced Diploma of Product Design and Innovation, Central Institute of Technology
2009 Bachelor of Arts (Art), Curtin University



2022 International Arts Space, KNOW THY NEIGHBOUR #3 with City of Melville, Western Australia 

2020 Asialink Taipei/Fremantle Exchange, Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan 

2019 Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Centre, Shigaraki, Japan

2018 Fremantle Arts Centre, Ceramics department, Australia

2017 Fremantle Arts Centre, Australia
2017 University of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia
2017 Upernavik Museum, Greenland
2016 Sirius Art Centre, Cobh, Ireland
2016 Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia
2015 & 2016 Central Insitute of Technology, Perth, Australia
2014 & 2015 SiM, Reykjavik, Iceland
2013 NES, Skagaströnd, Iceland



solo exhibitions:


2024 Defendo, Atrium Gallery, Artsource Old Customs House, Fremantle. PERTH FESTIVAL 2024 

2021 Sky Cave, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Western Australia 

2020 Almost Shadow, Coolchange Contemporary, Perth, Western Australia 

2019 Don’t Stare at the Sun/ for too Long, PS Artspace, Fremantle, Western Australia 

2018 This Is How We Walk On The Moon, Artsource Old Customs House, Fremantle, Australia

2017 Until Next Summer, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne

2016 Cave of Forms, Long Drama. Schoolhouse Studios, Collingwood Victoria
2015 Horse On Toast, Paper Mountain, Northbridge WA
2013 Edible Time (Time-Piece Concepts), Flux Factory, New York City
2013 Iceland Concepts: Tables, Lamps and Chairs, NES Artist Residency, Iceland





2022 Winter Egg, State Library of Western Australia 

2021-22 Woven Waters, interactive activity of Art on the Move, regional Western Australia

2019 Per Aspera Ad Astra, interactive installation of gold foil for ARTTRA light festival, Town of Claremont, Western Australia. Winner of best in show prize. 

2018 This Is How We Walk On The Moon Part 1, ARTTRA Festival, City of Claremont, Australia

2017 ‘One Word For Snow’, TRANSART: TRANSITION temporary public art program, City of Perth
2016 ‘Idle Flies’, Cow Parade, Perth Public Art Foundation
2016 ‘Cave of Forms, Northbridge’, City of Perth, Roe Street Light Lockers, Northbridge
2016 ‘Cave of Forms’, City of Perth, Lighthouse2016, 10minute lighting animation for Council House facade
2016 ‘Cave of Forms, December 1975’, City of Joondalup, Inside-Out Billboard Commission    
2016 ‘Atlas Azure’, Department of Culture and Art, 140William Harmony Week Interactive Hamony Map, Perth


group exhibitions:


2023 Ramsay Art Prize 23, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

2023 John Stringer Prize 23, John Curtin Gallery, Perth, Western Australia

2017 Fathom, Packenham Street Art Space, included in High~Tide, Biennale of Fremantle
2016 POLONY, collab show with MinPin, Paper Mountain, Northbridge
2015 Joondalup Community Invitation Art Award, Joondalup, Western Australia
2015 VOLUME 15: Another Art Book Fair, Artspace, Sydney, NSW
2015 Frames, SiM Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland
2014 Stay/Keep (curated by Melissa McGrath), Paper Mountain, Northbridge, Western Australia
2014 VIVID (curated by Caroline Caneva), Furnitex, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Victoria
2014 Outsider, SiM Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland


selected bibliography:


Paying life-sized homage to flying machines

Interview and feature, 2021

Seesaw Magazine, by Nina Levy


Under the Dome

This is How We Walk on The Moon review, 2018. 

Seesaw Magazine, by Belinda Hermawan


Perth Artists, Season Two Episode 6A

Documentary series by Peter Cheng, aired Wednesday, May 9th, 2018


Look What We Made 

Interview and profile, special book publication by 

Frankie Press, 2018

Legacy 1, 2019. video still
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