Elizabeth Fortescue’s review of Here You Are | The Daily Telegraph 16th of October


I’m very grateful for the kind review that Here You Are received in Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph today, you can check out the full story here:

Checking in while the world watches

Art Party | September 25th 2013


I’m very pleased to announce that Jesse Ray has asked me to contribute to the one year anniversary of Art Party – at the Red Rattler Theatre, Marrickville. I will be doing live rope installation projects throughout the night, and you’re invited to be a part of it! Come and join us as the Red Rattler and its inhabitants are progressively engulfed in my rope network…

Art Party 1 year anniversary 2013

Here You Are – ARCHIVE_ space – 9th of October 2013

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I’m very excited to announce my fourth solo exhibition – Here You Are

Running from the 7th-19th of October, opening night is Wednesday the 9th of October from 6-8pm, I hope you’ll join me for some wines to celebrate.


The exhibition investigates Facebook check-ins. I have teamed up with a programmer friend, and all around techno-genius, Nic Cope; to monitor the check-ins of friends on my Facebook feed. I’m exploring this because the presence of social media has become ubiquitous in contemporary culture. Yet, despite being able to socialise with anyone, in any corner of the globe, we still long to ‘be’ somewhere. It is this desire that has lead to the rise of the check-in on Facebook, Foursquare and other social media sites. Usually accompanied by a picture and text, these updates serve as largely rhetorical acts of promotion and records of a person’s life, broadcast to an ambiguous audience. Consequently, they become an interesting reflection on the social trends and culture of an area. In reference to Sydney’s inner-west, I have acted as an artist-anthropologist, studying the city as it is seen in the real world, and as it is seen through the screen. To do this I have created three works to investigate each facet of a check-in: the place, the picture and the text. In doing so I hope to better understand where I am located culturally, and in the art world.

This exhibition has kindly been sponsored by Marrickville Council, who have awarded me a $3000 Independent Artist Grant for the production and exhibition of this work. Many Thanks!




You can download my most recent Portfolio here:

Portfolio 2013

Scandal in European and American Culture Volume 1

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My article ‘Bodies in Flux’ is available in the newly published Scandal in European and American Culture Volume 1. This publication comes from the the Taboo – Trend – Transgressions conference I spoke at in November of 2011 in Poland and features much of my MFA thesis findings. It is my first international publication, and I’m very grateful for all opportunity to be involved in the first volume of this exciting project.

Skadal W Kulture open book #1


More information on the publication can be found here

Triangle and Amuse Bouche


I have been selected to exhibit some of my Moss Stencil works with a host of talented American artists for the Triangle and Amuse Bouche exhibition, curated by Stephanie Browne and Kay Ottinger. Opening this Friday, April the 5th at 8pm, 476 Jefferson Street Brooklyn, NY 11237, there will be performances from 9-10pm. The website is an artwork in itself, so I recommend you check it out here: TAB Brooklyn.

TAB presents dynamic exhibitions which intend to stimulate new pathways for the perception of the arts. TAB programs unify diverse forms of visual art, dance, performance, music, film, and interactive media into a live and audience-centric format.
The partnership of Triangle and Amuse Bouche (TAB) lends energy and support to artists from diverse artistic backgrounds who make the leap to work collaboratively. The platform provides the opportunity for artists who are working with an idea, to further deepen their investigation through sharing their processes of experimentation and interpretation. By involving artists from Brooklyn, the US and abroad, it is also an agent in developing the “glocal” arts community.
The exhibition methodology derives from questioning the role of audience perception. We interrogate the idea, How does an audience receive multiple artworks within one timespace?, and the subsequent ideas, How may live art forms “activate” static forms? How does painting or sculpture cohabit in the present moment along with ephemeral performance? How does the audience “perform” in an exhibition timespace?

MOST at Skunkworks Gallery & Sashimi Studios

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This weekend I was joined by Skulk and Birdhat in the studios, as well as a 12 exceptional street artists doing live painting for the Marrickville Open Studios Trail. It looked something like this:

MOST – Artmonth Sydney 2013

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This weekend, as part of Art Month Sydney I’ll be joining a host of other talented artists for MOST – Marrickville Open Studios Trail at Skunkworks Art Space.

Open from 11am-4pm, I’ll be setting up a small installation and selling a selection of prints, hope to see you there!

‘Like’ at 319 Scholes – Installation

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After a lot of running around organising in the winter chill, ‘Like’ was a massive success! If you weren’t able to make it, here’s a selection of installation shots from the show.

‘Like’ promotions

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Tucked away throughout various Manhattan and Brooklyn locations…

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