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.
helen amanatiadis is a sydney based artist working in textile, sculpture and installation. Through her practice she explores human evolution and consciousness attained through the complex process of shaping the natural world into technological inventions, with a particular focus on the role of string and textile in our technological development. Her work also investigates the tensions and contradictions in the human story from primitive/ancient to modern/industrial. she holds a BFA (1992) & M.Art (2016) from UNSW ART & DESIGN and is currently completing an mfa by research at UNSw Art & design.
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.
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.
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 is currently completing a PhD at University of Tasmania
Yiorgo Yiannopoulos is an artist based in Sydney whose work is devoted to the systems through which people meet each other. Yiorgo’s research into queer sexual geography is focused on spaces which allow for people to fulfill their desires and find intimacy in covert ways which often defy convention.
Yiorgo graduated from Sydney College of the Arts with First Class Honours (2015) and has presented work in exhibitions locally and interstate.
Past committee members:
Paula do Prado
Upasana Evangelia Papadopoulos