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Marina Visic (CRO)

Based in Netherlands, Visic works within an ambivalence between the sensate world and 
formal minimalism. With an obsession for geometric pattern and modern architecture, her 
painted, drawn and photographic works evoke an undulating relativity between what is felt 
and measured in the world.

Untitled (Forest)

Mark McCullough (UK)

Based in London, McCullough's practice revolves around the exploitative possibilities 
of photographic processes. Using sculpture in conjunction with his pursuit to "exaggerate 
the flattening qualities inherent in photography", McCullough looks to bring the notion 
of the 'photograhic object' into question.
Amanda Brown (AUS)

Based in Western Australia, Brown uses a variety of photographic media to explore the identities 
of the environments she encounters by travelling to remote communities such as 'Pukatja' which 
borders South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Green Grass

Kate Hill (AUS)

Currently based in Melbourne, Hill's works are a fresh take on traditional print processes. 
She was recently awarded a Highly Commended prize at the Port Jackson Australia 
Graduate Print Award 2011. 


Benjamin Fox (UK)

 Working across sculpture, video, photography and animation, Fox's practice has a distinctly 
theatrical sensibility. Based in London, Fox uses this collage of elements to explore the 
adaptation of humans in urban environments

Kuna Yala Climate Change Refugees (Panama 2010)

Francesco Vicenzi (ITA)

Currently based in Melbourne, Vicenzi's works are as far reaching as the travel he undertakes 
to capture his subjects. With a strong sensibility for the ever-changing world, it is Vicenzi's political 
and cultural snapshots that seize a particularly arresting candor in his subjects.

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Todd Anderson-Kunert (AUS)

Based in Melbourne, Anderson-Kunert employs photography and sound as he explores 
the dynamics of human interaction, states of mind and how this manifests psychologically 
within intimate relationships.

Lacuna Series 3

Wendy Tuxill (UK)

Tuxill's practice stems from her fluid investigation into the material possibilities of porcelain 
through process led sculptural drawings. With expressive, ordered and chaotic linear qualities, 
Tuxill's works emphasise the inherent ephemeral nature of liquid porcelain.

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Untitled (Fruit)

Gemma Pardo (ESP)

Pardo uses video and photography to explore locations where human intervention and natural 
cycles coincide, transforming and revealing their intricacies over time.  Based in London, Pardo's 
captivating work has been emerging internationally following her selection for the 

Captive, Impossible

Adam Kite (UK)

 Drawing on elements of euclidean space and geometry, Kite's work investigates the ways that sight
as a projected phenomenon can influence the viewers perception. Using projection and photography, 
Kite's works create an illusive blur between perceived space and tactile object, encouraging 
the viewer to construct the spaces they encounter.


Isabel Infantes (ESP)

Based in London with a professional background in photography, Infantes searches everyday 
scenes for the figures and moments that go undetected in chaotic urban environments.

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Claire Barrett (UK)

With a recurring curiosity in how the natural world is structured by elements of limitation and the sublime, 
 Barrett creates landscapes that offer alternative spatial encounters.

borderland ii

Clyde McGill (AUS)

McGill is an interdisciplinary artist whose art comprises performance, video, drawing, 
photography, print, installation and artist books. His current interests include borders, 
politics, film, loss, writing, inside/outside, self portraiture, 
conversation, and language.

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Ink and Paper 1, 2, 3

Heidi Kozar (AUS)

A recent graduate from the Victorian College of Arts in Melbourne, Kozar's practice 
is a subtle assertion of aquatint and woodblock print processes.

Forms to Freedom

Craig Burgess (AUS)

 Burgess works across disciplines such as photography, drawing and painting to 
investigate "dualism, division and frontiers." Based in Melbourne, his practice develops 
from an interest in exploring ideas that transcend form.

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Sam Still (USA)

Oscillating between dark/light, figure/ground, and negative/positive space, 
Still's large scale works invite viewers to linger. "Are these empty vessels, 
or spatial voids that contain one strange object?"- Sam Still

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 Dreaming Bee 2

Megan Evans (AUS)

Based in Melbourne Australia, Evans utilises photography, video and installation to create 
luminous work that examines the nature of community dynamics and social change. 

Artery Heart Bypass, Taupo 2010 (Top), Raycroft Intervention Christchurch 2009 (Above)

James Voller (NZ)

Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Voller works with photography and site specific 
installation to investigate notions of 'place' within the changing psyche of the New Zealanders. 
Where and how does 'home' exist in transitory urban spaces?

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0123 (from Museum of Contemporary Rubbish exhibition)

Alice Bradshaw (UK)

 Bradshaw uses a variety of working processes to manipulate everyday objects 
and materials. Her works accentuates the subtleties of mass-produced and anonymous 
objects, rendering them simultaneously mundane and absurd.

Immortalizing the famous friends: Berlin

Patricia Pisanelli (BRA)

 "I like the idea of a square comprising a circle and a group of small rectangles where people put their clothes in. 
I also like the idea of a person swimming in a purple, jelly-like liquid that could smell of flowers and sugar, 
which is just another photo on some product on the shelf of the off-license.
One thing emerges from another that relates to that other that had nothing to do with it." 
- Patricia Pisanelli

The Race

Ruth Pringle (UK)

Pringle is an interdisciplinary, conceptual artist with a eclectic practice linked to her ability 
to create extraordinary scenes from ordinary objects. Currently based in France, she 
integrates works inspired by place, community and history into public areas.