1/2/2020 Helen Hughes has reviewed Paul Yore's solo exhibition Let the World Burn in the February print edition of Artforum.
30/09/19 Michaela Bear has reviewed Hannah Gartside's solo exhibition Fantasies for UN Projects. 18/09/19 Sophia Cai has recommended Hannah Gartside's solo exhibition Fantasies in the Art Guide Insiders column.
24/07/19 I've been interviewed by the Australia Council for the Arts.
11/06/19 I've been interviewed by Sabine Brix for ArtsHub.
15/04/19 I'm very excited to have joined the team at Ararat Gallery TAMA (Textile Art Museum Australia) where I'll be leading the artistic direction and management of the Gallery. Watch this space!
20/10/18 I'm proud to announce that I have been selected as one of the Exhibition Team Leaders for the Australian Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale. This opportunity is thanks to the Australia Council for the Arts. I'm in excellent company and am so excited I could explode!
20/10/18 I've been selected for the Shanghai Curators Lab, which has been organised by the Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts in collaboration with the 12th Shanghai Biennale, and will be led by Carolyn Christov-Bakagriev and Yongwoo Lee.
1/10/18 Amie Anderson and I are currently developing Trade Route 55, a socially engaged public art project for MoreArt Public Art Show, 11 November - 16 December 2018. More details soon!
04/07/18 I’ve been selected for the 4A Curators’ Intensive!
07/05/18 I've founded a window box project space! Located in a transit zone and visible 24 hours a day, Pavement Projects is an accessible public site. We'll be hosting our inaugural exhibition in June, featuring the work of Lara Chamas.
22/01/18 I've been selected to undertake a curatorial residency at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei!!
30/11/17 On behalf of Moreland City Council, Lightworks Studios have put together a video on Collective Care. This was projected as part of the MoreArt projection bike tour! https://vimeo.com/246647565
12/07/17 Shades of Today - Picking up the Pieces Post-Truth has been featured on LOLA, write up by Erika Clugston
03/07/17 Have you ever wondered what would happen if you swapped body odour with another person? Would you still be you? As an accompaniment to Shades of Today Picking up the Pieces Post-Truth join Smell Transplant a workshop with olfactory artist Klara Ravat at Centrum on 14 July from 6-9pm to find out! (This workshop is generously supported by the Amsterdam Fonds voor der Kunst)
28/04/2017 Shades of Today: Picking up the Pieces Post-Truth has been included in the 48 Stunden Neukölln program
24/04/17 Home is Where the Hearth is has been featured on AQNB
27/03/17 Home is Where the Hearth is an exhibition by Joseph Craig which I have curated will open at Centrum on April 8
25/03/2017 I have been invited to present my video and text based installation Indistinguishable Pulsations at Void in Athens. I will also be hosting a roundtable discussion, in response to the question: Is the apathy present in today's media-saturated society a symptom of overstimulation? Or is it something more sinister? http://void.photo/lab-opensourceprogramme
20/01/17 Last night I represented Centrum on a Q&A panel at transmediale and CTM’s Vorspiel, hosted at Acud Macht Neu, Berlin https://vorspiel.berlin/#