Deakin University Art Gallery

The Deakin University Art Gallery provides an exciting program of exhibitions and arts events drawn from the University's art collection, including group and solo exhibitions by significant contemporary Australian artists, travelling exhibitions and selected student, staff and Alumni work. Below is a selection of the publications I have designed for the gallery.

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 Curated by Carly Grace and Michelle Mountain,  What does this one do?  interrogated the relationship between engagement and entertainment with works by four Melbourne based artists: Keith Wong, Kate Rohde and collaborators Anna Varendorff with Haima Marriott.

Curated by Carly Grace and Michelle Mountain, What does this one do? interrogated the relationship between engagement and entertainment with works by four Melbourne based artists: Keith Wong, Kate Rohde and collaborators Anna Varendorff with Haima Marriott.

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 Deakin University Art Collection - A Selection of Works, a 124 page publication produced to celebrate the many artworks on display throughout the various campuses of Deakin University and within the University Collection.

Deakin University Art Collection - A Selection of Works, a 124 page publication produced to celebrate the many artworks on display throughout the various campuses of Deakin University and within the University Collection.

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 How do artists engage their time and how does the production of art differ from the incessant push to be always efficient, diligent and productive members of society?  Curated by James Lynch, Unproductive Thinking explored the humorous, poetic and mundane means artists employ to seek out imaginative alternatives.   The exhibition featured work by Australia’s leading emerging and established artists, Jessie Bullivant, Lauren Burrow, Eugene Carchesio, Laresa Kosloff, Rob McHaffie, Ian Milliss, Elyse de Valle and Simon Zoric.

How do artists engage their time and how does the production of art differ from the incessant push to be always efficient, diligent and productive members of society?

Curated by James Lynch, Unproductive Thinking explored the humorous, poetic and mundane means artists employ to seek out imaginative alternatives.

The exhibition featured work by Australia’s leading emerging and established artists, Jessie Bullivant, Lauren Burrow, Eugene Carchesio, Laresa Kosloff, Rob McHaffie, Ian Milliss, Elyse de Valle and Simon Zoric.

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 Curated by Dr Liza McCosh,  Trajectories  showcased the creative practice of six regionally-based, female artists artists working in various media including painting, printmaking, drawing and photography.

Curated by Dr Liza McCosh, Trajectories showcased the creative practice of six regionally-based, female artists artists working in various media including painting, printmaking, drawing and photography.