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EXHIBITIONS + PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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Slow Churn, 2022
9 April - 3 July 2022 This exhibition examines the delicate interactions and interdependencies that exist between us and our natural world in the face of a changing climate, global shifts in agriculture and food production, waterway management and the increased recognition of First Nations land management.
In Focus Curator Forum 2021
An exclusive opportunity for emerging and mid-career curators based in Australia, this professional development program supports curators in navigating the curatorial terrain. Taking place under the backdrop of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2021.
4A Curators’ Intensive 2020-2021
Aligned with the first iteration of 4A and International Curators Forum (ICF)’s exhibition, 'I am a beating heart in the world: Diaspora Pavilion 2', Sydney. With a focus on diaspora, this program will expand, complicate and even destablise the term itself.
Our Common Bond, 2019
10 April - 5 May 2019 An exhibition that looks at the omissions present in the Australian Citizenship booklet of the same name that eliminate diverse histories and experiences from the Australian narrative.
'Post-Pop. Beyond the commonplace' - Pop detours in Portugal and England, 1965-1975 Curators: Ana Vasconcelos and Patrícia Rosas. Assistant Curators: Olivia Welch and Laura Almeida.
Internship | FCG
September 2015 to August 2016 Internship at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation's Modern Collection in Lisbon, Portugal. Working on the exhibitions- Hein Semke: A German in Lisbon; The Delaunay Circle; I do not evolve, I travel. José Escada retrospective; and Portugal em Flagrante.
July to August 2015 Selected by the Australia Council for the Arts to be a venue attendant for the Australia Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
In Tandem, 2014
Playing the role of creative matchmaker, the curator, Olivia Welch, paired together artists to see what two minds and four hands produce when working in tandem. This project was not solely concerned with the end product - the entire process was captured and documented on the Brenda May Gallery blog, accessible from the website.
Mighty Small, 2013
Artwork on an immense scale often enthralls and consumes, whereas smaller works captivate on a much more intimate level, drawing the viewer in for closer inspection. This exhibition will not simply be concerned with works that are little, but works that defy the very notion of small meaning less or denoting an absence. It will present work that is compact, but is in every way just as powerful, notable and spectacular.
OF LIGHT, 2012
‘OF LIGHT’ is the debut exhibition curated and mediated by YOLK Collective. It is an exhibition centered on manipulations of light, luminosity and electricity. This is a broad theme encompassing works that conceptualise notions of light, and explore visual elements of contrast and chiaroscuro, while also encompassing works using lights or mediums of a luminescent nature.