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I was working with Albert Street Gallery Director Mark Brabham, Richmond VIC towards producing an exhibition about Empathy to be held in September 2016. Due to the tragic passing of Mark Brabham the exhibition has been cancelled. I will continue this project elsewhere at a later date as a tribute to Mark and his vision for the arts and empathy.
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Curated by Veronica Caven Aldous, Dr Juliette Peers and Caroline Phillips
This exhibition reconfigured the feminist history of George Paton Gallery, by examining “contemporary modes of provocation in feminist art practice.” More than 80 Australian and international respondents engaged with the question, ‘How is feminism important to you?’ My work ‘publicfaceprivateface’ is about the intergenerational and intercultural patterns of behavior that women are confronted with and must respond to throughout different stages of life.
My involvement in public art as an artist and my work as a collections manager with local government has particularly strengthened my interests in Place, and how we as people interact with it.
My exhibition titled, Places in People was about the impact land and place has on people, and the impact we have on places. We usually think in terms of people being in a place, or places, not of places being in people. Wherever we live and/or travel to in the world, we build memories and stories that define our relationship with the environment.
This exhibition was about peoples inside environments, and environments in people.
It was about us considering the impact we have on place, acknowledging the consequences of our actions and the nature of our complicated relationship with an increasingly frail environment.
“My face in the Cathedral” - Face mounted digital print on acrylic.
My ceramic sculpture took a walk through Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia (Barcelona).
Awarded the Chapel on Station Bi-Annual Religious Art Prize, 2012“ Special congratulations to Sandy Caldow, with her winning artwork, “My face in the Cathedral”. This stunning piece continued to draw the judging panel to discover more and more depth”.
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