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About the Artist

       I walk in the urban, suburban, and rural landscapes using a variety of media to evoke the complex interactions intrinsic to walking. I am intrigued by the artistic, sensory, speculative, and critical potential walking brings to art. Walking crosses paths with numerous disciplines and allows me to express my varied interests in the arts and humanities. I published No Trespassing! The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales in 2022, that describes my walks from Sydney to Bathurst. I attended two International Walking Art Conferences in Europe where the fellowship of other Walking Artists inspired me to facilitate the Australian Walking Artists collective. I live and work in Sydney, NSW on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. I attended the National Art School and the UNSW School of Art and Design, completing a first-class Honours in 2016. I work as an independent artist and sometime high school teacher.




2016                 Honours, First Class. UNSW Art & Design, NSW

2013-15            Bachelor of Fine Arts. National Art School, Sydney, NSW

2010                 Accreditation at Professional Competence. NSW Institute of Teachers

1991                 Graduate Diploma of Education. University of Adelaide

1986-88            Masters of Arts & Humanities. State University of New York at Buffalo

1981-85            Masters of Divinity. Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA

1977-81            Bachelor of Arts. State University of New York at Geneseo

      Solo Exhibitions

2021                 Walking with Intent, Gaffa Art Gallery, 24 June-2 August

2018                 No Trespassing: The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales,

                                  Articulate Project Space, upstairs, 29 June-8 July.

                         Constellations Made by Walking, Factory 49, 9-19 May.

     Group Exhibitions

2023                Articulate Turns 13, Articulate Project Space, 2-18 Dec [A Walk Home: Prespa to Sydney]
                        Everything is Different, Articulate Project Space, 7 Jan-5 Feb [Lost]
2022                 Articulate Turns 12, Articulate Project Space, 2-18 Dec [No Trespassing! 2022]
                         Decade Show, per.doc, Articulate Project Space, 4-20 Feb [Walk in the Gallery]
2021                 Articulate Turns 11, Articulate Project Space, 11-19 Dec [#walkinginthecity]
2020                 Frolic-Freeze, Articulate Project Space, 24 Jan-3 Feb [Walk in the Gallery]
                         New Views Poster Project, King Street, Newtown, June-Dec. 
                         Articulate Turns 10, Articulate Project Space, 29 Dec-3 Jan [It’s All Happened…]
2019                 Articulate Turns 9, Articulate Project Space, 6-22 Dec [Walking Holiday (?)]
2018                 Articulate Turns 8, Articulate Project Space, 13-28 Dec [Postcards from Home]
                         Small Sculpture, Factory 49 [Six Lines Made by Walking]
2017                 Rot, Factory 49 [Walks with Grief]
2016                 The Annual Exhibition, The UNSW School of Art and Design
2015                 The National Art School Graduate Exhibition

                         The Habit of Seeing, The National Art School, Sydney, NSW

2014                 Cognoscenti, Home@735, Sydney, NSW.

2003, ’07          Finalist, The Mosman Art Prize, Mosman, NSW.

2002                 Finalist, Salon des Refusee, S.H. Ervine gallery, Sydney, NSW.

     Curatorial Projects
2024        Way Beyond, co-curate with Kim V. Goldsmith. Articulate Project Space, 10 Feb-3 March
                    And Wayout Artspace, Kandos, 30 Nov-9 Feb 2025

     Publications and Presentations

2024.                Australian Walking Artists Go Way Beyond, 22 February, Walk-Listen-Create website.


2023                 A Drift/Derivé on the Cooks River, facilitate a ‘walkshop’ for adults with disabilities along the river.

                         For the Photowalks on the Cooks River project led by Emilio Cresciani and Aroha Smith, funded by Create NSW.

2022.                'No Trespassing! The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales: The Walks, The Exhibitions and the Book.'

                         presented 6 July at the Walking Art and Relational Geographies conference, Girona/Olot/Vic and

                         3 August at the National Art School, Art Forum

                        'No Trespassing! The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales,' designed by Claire Orrell.

                        published by and available from the artist

2017                Walking and Walking Art, 24 May,, 


                        'No Trespassing: The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales, aka Searching for Windradyne’s Walk 2018,'

                        presentation at the Australian Walking and Cycling Conference and consequent interview with Nicky Page for Radio Adelaide:

               17-18 July, Adelaide, SA.

2018               No Trespassing: The art and politics of walking in New South Wales, 6 April,, 


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