1965 Born in Perth, Western Australia
2017– Lives and works in Melbourne (1999–2017 Sydney; 1995–8 Brisbane; 1985–95 Melbourne)
Education
2005–9 The University of Sydney, Sydney (PhD by thesis), University Postgraduate Award
1986–8 Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne (Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts)
1984 Curtin University, Perth (Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art, incomplete)
1983 Curtin University, Perth (Bachelor of Arts, Craft (Textiles), transferred to Fine Art)
Peer Review – Studio
2017 Project Grant, Individuals and groups, Australia Council for the Arts
2014 Project Grant, Skills and Arts Development General, Australia Council for the Arts
2013 Project Grant, New Work (Established), Australia Council for the Arts
2002 Project Grant, New Work (Established), Australia Council for the Arts
1998 Catalogue Grant, Arts Queensland
1997 Studio Residency, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Australia Council for the Arts (12 months 1998-99)
1994 Studio Residency, Los Angeles, Australia Council for the Arts (4 months in 1996)
1993 Studio Residency, University of Sydney Power Studio, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (6 months in 1995)
Peer Review – Writing
2017 The Power of Inclusion in Donald Judd’s Art, ed. Rebecca M. Brown, Art Journal, College Art Association, New York, 2017, pp. 48–62.
Awards, Residencies and Prizes
2018 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize (cur. Nike Savvas; judges Natasha Bullock & Mark Harpley), National Art School Gallery, Sydney
2017 AAANZ Best Artist Book Prize (judges Martyn Jolly & Christopher LG Hill), Art Association of Australia and New Zealand
2008 James Kentley Memorial Scholarship, The University of Sydney
2005–9 University Postgraduate Award (and extension), The University of Sydney
1990 Studio Residency Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (2 years)
1987 Victorian College of the Arts prize, 3rd Eckersleys sales award, No. 2
1986 Victorian College of the Arts prize, 1st National Gallery Women’s Association, No. 3