Friday 10th October 2008
The Imaging the Land International Research Institute (ILIRI) was established in 2003 by a group of artist-lecturers within the School of Art at the College of Fine Arts (COFA) at UNSW. One of ILIRI’s aims is to encourage dialogue across a wide spectrum of approaches to imaging the land in art; a dialogue composed not only of words, but also of enduring artworks.
Central to this vision is the creation of opportunities for artists to work in the Australian desert. The desert is a significant site in the context of Indigenous and Western art making in Australia. Through the ILIRI Research Resident Program and the ILIRI Artist Scholar Program, ILIRI seeks to provide a unique opportunity for artists to experience the Australian desert and rethink their representations of the land. I have been awarded a research residency from the 10/31st October 2008.
North to South has been awarded by the Arts Council England a project that includes the residency and an exhibition at the Black Swan Arts Centre in Frome, Somerset Jan/Feb 2009. There wil be an ‘In Conversation’ with Laura Cumming, Art Critic of the Observer, during the exhibition.
Saturday 5th April 2008
English Heritage and Art Editions North have published The Berwick Gymnasium Fellowships - An Archival Record.
I undertook a fellowship in 1998 with Coast touring from the Gymnasium Gallery, Queens Hall, Hexham, Mappin Art Gallery Sheffield and the Towner in Eastbourne.
Monday 1st October 2007
Interview with Director Anna Wilkinson of Northern Print and artist Louise Cattrell ‘Printmaking Today’ Winter edition 2007/8.
Read full article in ‘reviews’ section.
Wednesday 13th June 2007
Living North Purchase Prize.
‘A Year in Print’.
Wednesday 16th May 2007
Chosen for Virtual, Arts & Business, Birmingham.