Category Archives: RESIDENCIES

Emma Constantine in residence

Emma is a British performance artist. She uses her body to explore movement, shape and play. Interested in dance, ambiguity and surrealism, the results are often incongruous and mysterious, causing the viewer to question reality and look closely at what

Emma Constantine in residence

Emma is a British performance artist. She uses her body to explore movement, shape and play. Interested in dance, ambiguity and surrealism, the results are often incongruous and mysterious, causing the viewer to question reality and look closely at what

Bec Stevens in residence

Bec Stevens is a Hobart-based visual artist and curator whose work is underpinned by studies in architecture and horticulture. Bec trained originally in environmental design and from this foundation she makes art installations that draw our attention to the incongruous

Bec Stevens in residence

Bec Stevens is a Hobart-based visual artist and curator whose work is underpinned by studies in architecture and horticulture. Bec trained originally in environmental design and from this foundation she makes art installations that draw our attention to the incongruous

Briony Barr in residence

Joining us at 1450 for a week-long residency is artist @BrionyBarr, who has been working on a series of rule-based drawings in coloured pencil, ink and tape. Just prior to this photo, we were discussing what the term rule* really

Briony Barr in residence

Joining us at 1450 for a week-long residency is artist @BrionyBarr, who has been working on a series of rule-based drawings in coloured pencil, ink and tape. Just prior to this photo, we were discussing what the term rule* really

Victoria Hannan in residence

Victoria Hannan is a Melbourne-based writer and photographer.  She’s worked internationally with big clients like Nike and Speedo, shot for magazines like Glamour and Lucky Peach, but is here with us for three weeks to work on the second draft

Victoria Hannan in residence

Victoria Hannan is a Melbourne-based writer and photographer.  She’s worked internationally with big clients like Nike and Speedo, shot for magazines like Glamour and Lucky Peach, but is here with us for three weeks to work on the second draft

Franca Barraclough in residence

Our first resident artist for February 2018 is Franca Barraclough from Alice Springs This residency  has allowed me to examine the last 15 years of my artistic activity through a deep process of reviewing, organising all documentation and archived records.

Franca Barraclough in residence

Our first resident artist for February 2018 is Franca Barraclough from Alice Springs This residency  has allowed me to examine the last 15 years of my artistic activity through a deep process of reviewing, organising all documentation and archived records.

A reflection by writer Ailsa Wild

I’ve got the skylight room. When I wake in the night, I open my eyes and I’m looking up into forever. The stars are bright. I force my eyes open even though they’re sleepy-blurry, even though I want to be

A reflection by writer Ailsa Wild

I’ve got the skylight room. When I wake in the night, I open my eyes and I’m looking up into forever. The stars are bright. I force my eyes open even though they’re sleepy-blurry, even though I want to be

Eunice Cheung in residence

Eunice Cheung was born in Hong Kong, 1986 and graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master of Fine Art. She specialises in Chinese gongbi (fine-brush) painting of animals, and her research is about the changing relationships

Eunice Cheung in residence

Eunice Cheung was born in Hong Kong, 1986 and graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master of Fine Art. She specialises in Chinese gongbi (fine-brush) painting of animals, and her research is about the changing relationships