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Cold Comfort

December 8, 2012

Cold Comfort was a participatory work installed in the Old Melbourne Gaol in Sept-Oct, 2012. The piece was 6 feet of knitted work, sewn to a metal bar at one end and attached to the knitting loom at the other. Placed beside it was instructions inviting people to knit a few rows themselves. The placement […]

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HERE – a site specific work at Trades Hall

August 11, 2012

I’ve jsut uploaded HERE, a work I created as part of my Masters in Art in a Public Space from RMIT. Using the ‘888’ motif from the 8 hour day campaign as a lens, I focused on eight of the histories connected with specific spaces in and around the building itself. The works were installed […]

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The tale of the artist and the NGV

June 4, 2011

I’ve got some very exciting news. If you follow me on Twitter, you might already know it… But for those who don’t, my work is now being held in the National Gallery of Victoria archives! How awesome is that! Let me tell you a story… The NGV recently celebrated it’s 150th birthday. In the lead […]

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A Moment In Yarn

May 1, 2011

I’ve created a new project, A Moment In Yarn…  It focuses on translating warm memories into crocheted granny squares. Talking to people and asking them for a happy memory to translate into tangible crochet for them to hold and keep. Today I did one for someone, and they got teary over it. I think that’s […]

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