Education
2005 MVA (research) Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney
1998 Dip Ed Sydney College of Education, Sydney
1980 Dip FA Prahran College of Fine Art, Melbourne

Employment
2006-9 Lecturer Sydney College of the Arts (p/t) 
1990-2013 Teacher TAFE (sculpture, p/t)

Selected Solo Exhibitions
 
2014
2010

2009
forthcoming: Surface Tension (coda), Articulate Project Space, Sydney
julia davis,
 
Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney
levelled ground, IASKA Residency Project Mukinbudin, WA
julia davis, 
Peloton Gallery, Sydney
2007 in relation  Peloton Gallery, Sydney
2006 towards perigee  Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney
2005 pneumatic skin  Esa Jaske Gallery, Sydney
2003 divesting skin  Sydney College of the Arts
2000 past tense  Manly Regional Art Gallery and Museum, Sydney

Selected Group Exhibitions
2014
2013





2012
forthcoming: Mission Gallery, Swansea Wales GB (curated by Celina Jefferies)
forthcoming: SPACED: Art out of Place (National Tour) Latrobe Regional Gallery Victoria, Bunbury Regional Gallery WA, The Cannery Arts Center WA.
forthcoming December: The British School, Rome Italy
SPACED: Art Out of Place (National Tour) Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Vancouver Arts Center Albany WA, Alcoa Mandura Art Gallery WA, Geralton Regional Art Gallery WA.
SPACED / IASKA
Biennal
e, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA
Drawing Lines in the Sand, Cockatoo Island, Sydney NSW (curated by Claire Taylor)
2011 Finalist, Duality; Banyule Art Award, Banyule Art Gallery Melbourne
Finalist, Willoughby Sculpture Prize, Sydney NSW
Neue Namen, Knoll Art Gallery, Germany
KIAF, Seoul, South Korea, represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney
Drawing Connections, Siena, Italy
Sculptural Forms, Glasshouse Regional Gallery, Port Macquarie, NSW
Singapore Art Fair, represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney
2010 Hong Kong Art Fair, represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney
Melbourne Art Fair, represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney
In Temperance, Temperance Lane Sydney (curated by Mark Titmarsh)
2009 The one after 09, Peloton Gallery Sydney
2008 in transit Art and About, City of Sydney Laneway project
(curated by Claire Taylor)
2007 Winner, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award  Melbourne

Echalon, Peloton Gallery Sydney
Monolithic, Peloton Gallery Sydney (curated by Giles Ryder)
2006 Finalist, Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Sydney
Finalist, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award Melbourne
Post-it Peloton Gallery, Sydney (curated by Tracey Clement)
2005 Unclaimed Luggage Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, Spain
Polyformalism  Project Space Danks St, Sydney (curated by Mathais Gerber)
Post graduate exhibition
Sydney College of the Arts
The Adventure Project First Draft Gallery, Sydney
2004 white Tin Sheds, Sydney
2003 floating land  Noosa Regional Gallery, Queensland
2002 Sculpture by the Sea Bondi Beach, Sydney
1999 Sculpture by the Sea Bondi Beach, Sydney (collaboration with Sam Valenz)
1998 Sculpture by the Sea Bondi Beach, Sydney (collaboration with Sam Valenz)

Selected awards/grants/commissions
2013

2011
2010

2009/10
2008/9

2007
commission, Public Artwork, Potts Hill Sydney
upcoming, Australia Council Skillls and Arts Development, Rome Residency
NAVA NSW Artists' Grant
Residency,Fraser Studios, Sydney
Commission, Public Artwork, Marrickville Council, Sydney
Residency, IASKA, Perth
Commission, Sydney Water Public Artwork www.artdoc.com.au/angleofincidence
Australia Council Grant (New Work)
Winner, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award
2006 Woollahra Sculpture Prize Special Commendation Award, Sydney
2002 AGNSW Directiors Prize - Sculpture by the Sea Bondi, Sydney
1998 Commission, Southern Crossings Conference University of NSW, Sydney
Australia Council Funding, Canberra National Sculpture Forum
Fretwell Prize, Sculpture by the Sea (shared with Sam Valenz), Sydney
1991 Australia Council Grant (Project Development)

Publications
2013
2012
Zara Stanhope, Spaced - Art out of place, Eyeline Vol 77
Margaret Seymour, Spaced - Art Out of Place exhibition catalogue, published by IASKA and Fremantle Art Centre
Nien Schwartz, Spaced - Art out of place, Artlink Vol. 32 # 2 
Sarah Miller, "the artist in residence: beyond just being there" RealTime issue #108 April-May pg 8-9
Gregory Pryor, "Socially Engaged FIFO Art?", Artlink Vol. 32 #1 pg 12
Ted Snell, "Out of the landscape comes works of power", The Australian Review, Feb 10 2012
Nicloa Harvey, Spaced: Art Out of Place, Frieze magazine May Issue 147
Tracey Clement, Art Guide Jan/Feb, preview (image & text)

2010 Owen Grieves, ABC Radio National WA, October 2 Interview
Andrew Frost, Sydney Morning Herald,Oct 22

2009 Lissa Christopher, Sydney Morning Herald Open Gallery, October 17-18
Tracey Clement, Critics Picks, Sydney Morning Herald, October 23

2007   Tracey Clement, Critics Picks, Sydney Morning Herald, February 3
Robert Nelson, Helen Lempriere Arts review, Melbourne Age, March 14
Daniel Ziffer, Helen Lempriere review, Melbourne Age, March 1, p 3
Daniel Ziffer, Helen Lempriere review, Sydney Morning Herald, March 3, p 3
Harbant Gill, Helen Lempriere review, Herald Sun Melbourne, March 1 
Monolithic exhibition catalogue, Jan 24 
Vincent O'Donnell, ABC Radio National, Jan 23 Arts Alive Interview
Sunday Arts ABC television, April 11 Documentary, Producer: Andrew Holland
2006  Geoffrey Edwards, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Melbourne
Robert Nelson, Melbourne Age, April 26, review
Ken Scarlett, Subversive sculptors, Australian Art Review Issue 11, Jul - Oct
2005 Tracey Clement, Crtics Picks, Sydney Morning Herald, September 23-29
Mercedes Kemp, Unclaimed Luggage exhibition catalogue
2004 Kevin Wilson, Artlink Vol 24, no 1, review
Dominique Angeloro,Critics Picks, Sydney Morning Herald, April 16
1998 Clare Hews, Monument Magazine, October issue, (image and text)
Ian Howard, Canberra National Sculpture Forum, exhibition catalogue, 1998, pp.17-22
John Macdonald, Sydney Morning Herald p.17, Oct. 9 1999
Canberra Times, March 29 1998, review
1995 Julia Davis, Catalogue Essay, Artful Park, Sydney
1994 Elwyn Lynne, Sydney Morning Herald, March 5, 1994, review
1992 Christopher Heathcote, The Melbourne Age, January 1, 1992, review
Neville Drury, New Art 6: Profiles in Contemporary Australian Art, Craftsman House, Sydney
1991 Max Germaine, Women Artists of Australia, Craftsman House, Sydney
Christopher Heathcote, The Melbourne Age, June 19, 1991, review
1990 Michael Pursche, Sense and Sensibility, exhibition catalogue, Manly Regional Gallery, Sydney