Exhibitions –

National Museum of Australia and Nishi Gallery, Canberra – ‘The Inner Apartment’ – an exhibition of contemporary Australian Muslim art curated by Nur Shkembi – April 2018

خلاص Khalas – UNSW Galleries curated by Nur Shkembi & Phillip George – May 2018

The Tote Hotel, Melbourne – Nextwave PRECOG in Collaboration with Poison  curated by Sarah Scott & Makeda Zucco, May 2016

Public Galleries Summit Dinner 2018. Produced by Museums & Galleries of NSW; supported by City of Sydney; performances curated by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in collaboration with Jason Phu & Louise Zhang. March 2018

National Art School, Art Month Sydney/ Paddington-Woollahra Precinct Night, Artistic director Kate Britton, March 2018

PACT Salon, Desire Lines (Sebastian Henry-Jones and Maeve Parker) Feb 2018

M16 Gallery, ‘If you were buried for a thousand years even you would be priceless’ Curated by Patrick Larmour, Feb 2018

Verge Gallery, To the inclusion of all others – Coordinated by Nina Dodd and Jonno Revanche, Nov 2017

Fork Exhibition curated by Claire Angelica, Nov 2017

Firstdraft, “party” “girl” – collaborative performance with Harrison Pickering, Dec 2017


Artereal, Solo Exhibition ‘Did I Dream You Dreamed About Me’, October 2017

Memory Bliss – Curated by Alex Kiers – Sydney Children’s Hospital

ADspace – ReLaunch

CACHE – Down/Under Space

Freda’s -‘An-Architecture’ is a group show celebrating the launch of Down / Under, 8th February 2017

Freda’s, after pARTY featuring Leila El Rayes, 1st Feb 2017

UNSW Galleries – The Annual 2016

Oxford Art Factory (FreeFall), Perfomance in glass cube

ADspace Gallery, Fowlers Gap Exhibition

Firstdraft Gallery, Liquid Architecture – What would a Feminist Methodology sound like?…

Kudos Gallery, Kudos Award 15th Anniversary Exhibition

ADspace Gallery,  Jenny Birt 20th Anniversary Award Exhibition

Prizes –             

Winner,  Jenny Birt Award 2016

Finalist, Kudos Award 15th Anniversary 2016

Publications –

Time Out – after pARTY, Sydney’s endangered nightlife is the biggest threat to our arts scene

Concrete Playground – after pARTY


Framework Magazine #12

Aracadia Magazine June 2016