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A Sydney based artist, born in Taiwan, lived in East Timor and the Dominican Republic, Anie's art practice canvases experiences through connections, placements and displacements as a way of understanding and making sense of being.  Anie completed MFA, CoFA, UNSW in 2007 with the award APA. She has exhibited in Beijing, Korea and Suginami, Japan following a residency in 2016.  She exhibits regularly in Sydney. Since 2016 she has been engaging with artists and their work through Slot.

http://anie-nheu.artabase.net

 
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Bailee Lobb, is a New Zealand born artist working with mixed media to create installation, sound, and performance works that explore mental and invisible illness. Her practice investigates illness as a spectrum of changing experiences rather than the polar identity to wellness, engaging with Critical Disability Theory and challenging fixed notions of identity. Her deep and often uncomfortable investigations often stem from personal experience, discussing subjectivity, and the physical demands of invisibility in illness in an attempt to make the intangible tangible. Bailee completed her BFA with Honours at UNSW in 2017 and is a founding member of the four woman performance art collective Show Us Your Teeth.

 
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Catherine Polcz is a scientist, artist and museologist working in Sydney. Inspired by the museum experience, she creates unique projects that question the authority of knowledge, the value of objects and Play with museum conventions. She has exhibited her creative work in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Toronto, Montreal and San Francisco.

She is the curator of AIRseum, an alternative museum space exploring the hidden stories of Marrickville and the Inner West.

catherinepolcz.com 

 
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Janine Bailey is a Sydney based artist that explores everyday movement and communication through space. Her art is process driven and often described as playful, where she turns simple materials into dynamic and inventive works of art. Previous exhibitions included collecting data from various activities via GPS and creating a series of sculptures and drawings.

www.janinebaileyartist.com

 
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Martin Cordoba graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours from the University Of New South Wales in 2014, is currently studying a Master of Art Curating at Sydney University and works as an art instructor for 4Cats Arts Studio Lindfield. He also has experience as a Junior Gallery director for Galleryeight, Sydney from 2013-2014 and undertook an internship at Verge Gallery, Sydney in 2016.

 
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Matina Bourmas (b. 1971. Adelaide, SA, Australia) is an installation artist and contemporary jeweller. She completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts with Honours (2002) from Sydney College of the Arts at the University of Sydney and an Associate Diploma in Jewellery and Object Design at the Sydney Institute of Technology (1994). Bourmas creates transient and ephemeral installations using traditional techniques often associated with domestic space and women's work. The artist appropriates these skills by working with them in a public space in order to question the notion of giving with pure intent. 

 
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Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, Paula do Prado migrated to Sydney, Australia in 1986. Drawing on her mixed Afro-Uruguayan and European ancestry, her work explores her experience as a first generation migrant and as a non-indigenous brown woman of mixed race navigating Australian culture and its ongoing and problematic colonial history. Her work references notions of the “hybrid” through traditional and non-traditional craft techniques to create sculptural fibre forms, altered books and photographic self portraits.

 www.pauladoprado.net

 
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Rafaela Pandolfini is a Sydney-based artist interested in the expression of emotion as form, she is constantly looking to explore movement through the lens.

 

www.rafaelapandolfini.com

 
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Sally Clarke established AirSpace Projects in February 2014 with Brenda Factor, before incorporating the space into a not-for-profit association in December 2017. She was awarded a PhD for The Transplanted Bush in 2008 and worked as a lecturer in the School of Art, COFA UNSW for 14 years. Originally studying social sciences,

Sally worked for 12 years in the fields of youth services, domestic violence as well as low vision services. Her art practice engages with issues of representation.

www.sallyclarke.com.au

 
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Stella Chen is a Taiwan born, Sydney based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice explores the legacy of post-memory, intergenerational trauma and resilience. Chen holds a MArt from UNSW Art & Design, and has been exhibited internationally, including Sydney, HK, Ireland and Melbourne. Chen’s work is held in collections nationally and internationally.

Stellachen.net

 
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Upasana Evangelia Papadopoulos is currently completing a Master’s degree in Art Curating at the University of Sydney. Upasana co-curated the 2017 exhibition (un)made at the George Paton Gallery, Melbourne (with Tama Woodbury) and 2018’s FLEX exhibition at AirSpace Projects. She also co-curated the Conspiracy Club performance and concrete-poetry space in Western Australia. With a background in critical psychology, creative writing, media studies, art and music, Upasana is interested in inter-disciplinary discourses that critique, question, celebrate or re-define contemporaneous experience.

 
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Uri is a Sydney based artist working across sculpture, installation and photography. His work engages with the role of repetition, flux and transition in the social creation of meaning and often contains looped or sequenced elements. He holds a BA (Philosophy) and an MA (Photomedia) from UNSW.

 
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Sarah Newall completed her PhD thesis ‘New still life’ in 2010. In 2013, Sarah and partner Jane Polkinghorne created the ARI Marrickville Garage, out of their suburban garage. Since 2014 the focus of Sarah’s practice has been on sustainability and the zero-waste principles of refuse, reduce, recycle reuse and rot. Sarah creates seasonable wardrobes called ‘Fashist’ out of used stockpiles fabric as well as acquired materials from Reverse Garbage, fabric remnant shops and donated materials.

 
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Ellen Dahl is a Sydney based, Norwegian born artist working across photography, video, sound and installation. Often with the landscape as an entry point, her practice traces the intersection of memory and identity with a physical, political or psychological sense of place. She completed her MFA by research at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney in 2015.