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11/13/2018
Includes my installation ALLLURE featuring 17 hand crafted harbingers floating within an etherial forest ...

A rambling picaresque exhibition of works that venture into the fairytale, the absurd, masquerade, animal/human transformation, theatre, satire, anti-fashion and parody. Beyond Reason exudes whimsy, improvisation, spontaneity, humour, gesture and intuition whilst exploring ideas of cultural identity, popular culture, and sexuality.

Karen Napaljarri Barnes, Karen Black, Amber Boardman, Sally Bourke, Angela Brennan, Matthew Clarke, Aleks Danko, Beth Ebatarinja, DC Style Fylez, Rosie Deacon, Simone Eisler, Troy Emery, Heath Franco, Hannah Gartside, Minka Gillian, Kyoko Imazu, Trudy Inkamala, Laith McGregor, Amanda Marburg, Sharon Muir, Benita Multa, Louise Paramor, Tom Polo, Zoe Porter, Dulcie Sharpe, David Spooner, Jacqui Stockdale, The Ryan Sisters, and Michael Vale.

FREE EVENTS Artist floor talks | 17 November | 12:30pm-2pm Artist-to-artist workshop with Amber Boardman | 17 November | 12pm-4pm Full exhibition catalogue available for purchase at QUT Art Museum ($8)

02/27/2018

Group exhibition featuring my 1996 Spot Series photographs and 1998 Efllorescence sculptural works.

Curated especially for the Gympie Regional Gallery's 20th birthday by Kevin Wilson,this is an exhibition of diverse artwork that looks beyond ‘fashionable civilized' societyand which celebrates the hidden or unseen. It brings together eight artists who explore a range of subjects from amateur boxing, car burnouts, and more expansive societal studies to personal relationships, sexuality and taboo.

A variety of mediums - photography, painting, needlework, sculpture, and social media are showcased, and in the hands of each artist their chosen medium is interrogated andchallenged as much as their subject.

Artists:  Kim Guthrie, Simon Davidson, Mick Richards, Richard Dunlop, Joy Ivill, Jo D'Hage, Simone Eisler and Catherine Gomersall.


08/26/2016

Simone Edit 6 from sarahscragg on Vimeo.


The making of my work for Tradition Now - a beautiful three minute video by the amazing filmaker Sarah Scragg.

Images of the installation 'Float'