I am an queer interdisciplinary feminist artist. Over the past decade, I have crossed spatial, theoretical, and medium-based boundaries in order to respond to the following questions: what does it mean to represent another; how can artists address gaps and absences in historical accounts; and how can feminist methodologies restore an art historical narrative dominated by dominant interpretations? For me, art practice is about following narrative threads, testing propositions, and experimenting with new techniques and materials. My work depends on extensive historical research and can take diverse forms including photography, film, installation, painting, printmaking, and fabric works.

My work has been supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, The City of Melbourne, and City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund. I have taught across the art history, theory and studio programs at Monash University and RMIT at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Recent writing

"Playing in the Master Bedroom. Review: Claire Lambe: Mother Holding Something Horrific, ACCA" in Art + Australia, 2017



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