Exhibition at Concordia, Enschede 

On the 18th of September I have a new solo exhibition opening at Concordia in Enschede in The Netherlands. The exhibition, produced with Australian artist Luke Conroy, is based upon the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman.


This project stems from our shared interest in this figure and our shared history, as this Dutch man 'discovered' Tasmania in 1642 and this is the island where Luke grew up. 

The works included in the exhibition will be a combination of digitally printed collages and manual techniques.

You can find out more info on the exhibition here.

Exhibition on Pampus island

On the 15th of August, a new project titled 'Talk To Me' will be exhibited on the Pampus, an artificial island in The Netherlands.


Talk To Me is a sound installation that gives nature on Pampus a voice. What does a tree, stone or blade of grass have to say? Absurd sounds and fictional dialogues make us think about a different, more sustainable world.

I hope with our creativity and imagination to stimulate meaningful engagement, connection and appreciation with and for the earth.

More info about the project: 


Virtual community driven artwork Solidarity Sky

Together with Luke Conroy I was able to secure funding from Stroom Den Haag and CultuurSchakel this month, to help support the online project Solidarity Sky. This is a virtual community driven artwork with the aim of bringing people together through sharing personal images of the sky. On the website, users are invited to become the artist in this project, contributing their own ‘piece of sky’ that will join a larger ‘virtual sky’ made up of thousands of images from across the world.​


Solidarity Sky intends to encourage creative participation, unite people across real and imagined borders and foster hope through shared visions of something we all hold common – the sky above our heads.

We have been selected for project and exhibition for Het Klimaatmuseum at Pampus island, Amsterdam - July/August 2020

Together with Luke Conroy I have been selected for Het Klimaatmuseum to work on the Pampus island (NL). We have proposed to develop the project ‘Talk To Me’. This is a humorous and thoughtful sound project which aims to explore the possibility for Human communication with the ‘Other Than Human’. It does so through the creation of various absurdist, fictional dialogues with objects/entities around the Pampus island. 

During our time on Pampus we will explore how encouraging communication and focus towards an inanimate and overlooked object can encourage new relations to the wider world around us.

More information about Het Klimaatmuseum could you find HERE

Selection for 'Sounds of Our Cities' Project in Barcelona

Together with the Australian artist Luke Conroy I am working on a new audio project which will be presented at the 'Sounds of our Cities' event in Barcelona. This is an European project of Cultural Cooperation carried out between City of Roeselare, Dear Hunter, Aalborg University and Idensitat. It aims to explore urban areas, focusing on the locality, including local audiences and reflecting on cultural identity in relationship with the community.


The central artistic activity of the project is the development of two sound art exhibitions, which will be embedded into specific sites in the urban environments. We are excited to be part of this project and work on some 'audio postcards' as part of the exhibition.

More information about 'Sounds of our Cities': https://www.idensitat.net/en/european-projects/1456-sounds-of-our-cities-open-call

Exhibition Opening

News From Home in Russia

On the 24th of December, 2019 I was in Russia to open the exhibition 'News From Home' Petrozavodsk. This project was the work of myself and Luke Conroy and consisted of 16 collages and 38 photographs. As part of the opening there was a postcard exchange organised as part of our the project. Forty four locals from Petrozavodsk wrote a message on a postcard designed for this project.


These postcards will be sent to to people in 18 different countries around the world including Australia, Japan, Korea, China, Iceland, Finland, Spain, Philippines, India, The Netherlands, Russia, U.S.A, Canada and Indonesia. 

News from Home

Icefold Group Show

ICE FOLD /// Group exhibition at Sim Gallery in Reykjavik. 

Opening this Thursday on the 28th November from 5PM till 7PM at SIM Gallery.

For this exhibition we have chosen to experiment with creating a ‘moving postcard, to provide an insight in to Icelandic stories beyond the typical ‘tourist gaze’. Each of the scenes presented collaged photographs that the artists have captured during their stay in Iceland during November

News from Home

Residency Kunsthal Viborg

I started the residency at Viborg Kunsthal in Viborg, Denmark .I'll stay here for 6 weeks. In this project I'm exploring the area of Viborg- it’s places, people and their stories. The ultimate aim of this project is to complete various ‘postcards’ which act are anti-iconic postcards. Rather than iconic images of Denmark, that the outside world or tourist is used to seeing, we want to create works based around people, stories and objects that are usually hidden.

Thursday the 19th of September I will be holding an artist talk at the Viborg Kunsthal in Viborg, Denmark. The talk will begin at 19:00 and will include a discussion of my project 'News From Home' that I have been completing during a residency in Viborg over the past 6 weeks. Event details can be found on my Instagram and Facebook pages.

Project is supported by Viborg Kunsthal and European Cultural Foundation (ECF)

News from Home on television in Russia

We held an Artist Talk about our project News from Home at the медиа-центр vыход/ media center vykhod in Petrozavodsk. We had an amazing audience and a Russian television station came to film the presentation. This presentation was a good closure for our stay at the Karelian Art Residence. We are leaving with more experiences, lots of stories and we are looking forward to come back for our exhibition in December. 


See here the news item of the Artist Talk about the project News from Home on the Russian television.

News from Home

Residency in Petrozavodsk

We have arrived at location number 4! After completing News From Home in Germany, The Netherlands and Finland, we have now landed in Russia. In July we will be researching and working in the city of Petrozavodsk as part of AiR Karelia. In December this year we will present the results in Медиа-центр Vыход/ Media Center Vykhod.

Project is supported by AiR Karelia and Stroom Den Haag

Support Stroom Den Haag

Great news: Stroom Den Haag is funding the News from Home - Petrozavodsk exhibition that will be held in December 2019 - February 2020. Thank you so much for your support! Opening will be on the 24th of December.

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