KELOID PROJECT

* Keloid is variously used to describe both an unsightly scar from the healing of a wound and a sign of initiation or significant life event.

 

This project examines the traces of early colonial history in the identity of the artist and the impact of that history as it unfolds today. Keloid is a long term project that involves a large body of work developed over many years. It looks at the role of the coloniser and the impact of colonisation on the colonised from the perspective of a descendant of a settler/colonial family.

Exhibitions to date from this project include

2018 - Squatters and Savages - Benalla Art Gallery and Blak Dot Gallery

PARLOUR - Art Gallery of Ballarat

2017

Squatters and Savages - Art Gallery of Ballarat

Restless - Margaret Lawrence Gallery

Curious Cabinets - Loop Project Space

Sonic Video - Melbourne Recital Centre

2016

Sign of the Times – Not Fair Art Fair 2016

2015

Joshua Tree Treenial - Joshua Tree USA

Differences on Identity Artistic Perspectives - Sala Del Portale, Campo San Lorenso - Venice ITALY

Finitude - Plimsol Gallery - Hobart TASMANIA

UNsettling - Trocadero - Footscray MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

UNreconciled - TREATMENT - Western Treatment Plant - Werribee MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

Sonic Video - Abbotsford Convent - Collingwood MELBOURE, AUSTRALIA

 

 

KELOID EXHIBITIONS

Family Tree 

Digital print on rag

841 x 594mm 2012