Selected Solo, Group Exhibitions and Public Art Works
2017 Converging in Time, MUMA, Melbourne.
2017 Converging in Time Publication, MUMA, Melbourne.
2015 Anthropocite (public artwork and online video), Earth Sciences Garden, Clayton Campus, Monash University, Melbourne, public art commissioned by MUMA, Melbourne.
2015 SPLINTER, in from the collection: Gertrude Regional Residencies, chapter two, curated by Emily Cormack, commissioned by Gertrude CAS and La Trobe Regional Gallery, Victoria
2015 FAULT, in Performing Mobilities: Traces, curated by Mick Douglas, Storey Hall RMIT University Gallery, Melbourne
2015 GLIMPSE (video and installation), in feeling material, curated by Benjamin Woods, C3 Gallery, Melbourne.
2012 Lumpen Falls, Conical Gallery, Melbourne.
2011 BIG LOG JAM, AEAF, Adelaide.
2011 BIG LOG, in Collected Collaborations, curated by Brad Haylock, MUMA, Melbourne.
2009 west Brunswick Sculpture Triennial [wBST], curated by OSW. A multifaceted event dispersed across five sites, involving 24 artists, together with film and sound contributions from many more.
2008 Landings, public art proposal for Lend Lease's Victoria Green, Docklands, Melbourne.
2005 groundings, in Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Federation Square, Melbourne.
Grants, Prizes, Awards and Residencies
2018 Winner Exhibition Catalogue (Major)-Level A Museums Australasia Multimedia & Publication Design Awards (MAPDA) for Converging in time.
2018 Winner of the AAANZ Best University Art Catalogue.
2018 Finalist in the Cornish Prize for Art and Design Publishing.
2018 Shortlisted for the Australian Bookdesigners Association (ABDA), for the category ‘Best Designed Fully Illustrated Book’
2016 Australia Council Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups
2015 Museums Victoria (Research in off-site storage archive)
2013 Australia Council New Work Grant
2013 Museums Victoria (Residency embedded in geoscience archive)
2009 Arts Victoria Presentation and Promotion Grant to stage the west Brunswick Sculpture Triennial.
2005 Inaugral Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Melbourne.