2020 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Tracy Sorensen

Tracy Sorensen Listen to your body (2020) Crocheted wool and acrylic yarn, approx. 40cm x 26cm x 10cm. In 2014, when I was diagnosed with Stage 3C primary peritoneal cancer, I picked up my crochet hook. I created a set of…

Claire Baker

Claire Baker broken (n)aimless Mixed media work (foam packing sheets, op-shop sourced Sylko Size A embroidery thread, Velcro adhesive dots, broken shells, pebbles, glass splinter, ink. Dimensions: 59 cm x 71 cm My work reflects a desire to make a commentary…

Sally Neaves

Sally Neaves is eco-education coordinator for the Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea. Drawing on faith and spiritual traditions as well as Indigenous wisdom, she facilitates workshops and retreats for Earth literacy, advocacy, and an experience of interbeing within…

Michelle O’Connor

Michelle O’Connor Sounds of Significance Audio. Duration: 3 min. My research and practice in concerned with community – place and people. In particular, how we listen to our community and what our community sounds like.  I am influenced by Kate Lacey’s…


2020 PRESENTERS

Narrative Inquiry with Will Dobud

Will Dobud’s doctoral research focused on the experiences of adolescents worldwide who engaged in outdoor therapy services. To collect data of people’s lived experiences, Will…

Crevice Communities opening

The online launch event for the 2021 exhibition Crevice Communities was held on Friday December 21. This is the Zoom recording.

Jacqui O’Reilly 21

Crevice Communities Exhibition 2021 Jacqui O’ReillyReturn from Erasure 2021Sound and moving image 2.39min This work critiques listening as a settler coloniser action within evolving decolonisation…

Louise Curham 21

Crevice Communities Exhibition 2021 Louise CurhamAbove Gudgenby River, Namadgi National Park 2020Video Film scholar Kim Knowles argues that materials like 16mm film offer an aesthetics…

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