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Matthew Stanton

Matthew Stanton

Matthew Stanton (b. 1975) is an Australian Artist, Educator and Photographer living and working between Melbourne and Cairns. His work primarily utilises the mediums of still photography, 16mm film and video; investigating the interrelationships between ecological, spatial and biogeographical histories within landscapes whilst tracing their lingering psychological associations. His work has been exhibited nationally and […]

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Lenore Howard artist portrait

Lenore Howard

Born in Cairns in 1955. Howard commenced an artistic career with studies at the Queensland College of Art in Brisbane in 1976. She worked as a photographic correspondent and editorial artist at The Cairns Post in the 1980s and worked as an art lecturer at Tropical North Queensland Institute of TAFE in the 1990s. Howard […]

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Robert Tommy Pau

Tommy is a descendant of the Eastern Torres Strait Islands, Australian Aboriginal, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Islander and Asia. He speaks Torres Strait Creole and Australian English. He was taught about the need to keep culture strong through cultural practice by his father. He has a strong commitment to keeping old traditions alive and believes […]

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Francoise Lane

Francoise Lane is a artist and textile designer that helps lovers of standout textiles and pattern by creating unique textiles inspired by stories of connection to country. Her goal is that her textiles will bring joy to your home and put a delightful spring in your step when you wear them. Francoise Lane is a […]

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Kate Robertson

Through experimental analogue and digital photographic techniques, Kate explores unseen yet felt phenomena relating to healing and connectedness within community contexts. Recent exhibitions include From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography From Australia and Oceania, Southeast Museum of Photography (2020); Bakehouse Billboard Takeover for Centre for Contemporary Photography (2019), Recording the Medicinal Plants of […]

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Zane Saunders

A descendent of the Gunggari, Jarrowia and Butchulla people of Southern Queensland, Zane Saunders lives in Kuranda. His spirituality – and the people and the culture – are the basis of his work. He grew up exploring the rainforests and fishing and swimming in the Barron River with his brothers and sisters, and has travelled […]

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Yandell Walton

Yandell Walton’s practice addresses human relationships with the physical systems of the planet by interrogating shifting environments caused by climate change. By using digital technology in the production and presentation of works, she aims to highlight the current technological climate and raise questions around its e ect on our rapidly changing world. Through creating immersive […]

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Donna Davis

Donna Davis is a multi-discipline artist intrigued with the idea of connection; her work explores intersections between art and science with a particular focus on natural and social ecosystems. Often collaborating with ecologists, botanists and mycologists, Donna explores new ways to creatively interpret ecological data; working across sculpture, assemblage, installation and digital media to create […]

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Jill Chism

Jill Chism sees herself as a custodian of the natural environment. She recognizes the significance of place and our connections as individuals to both our local environment and the larger cosmos. With academic qualifications in art and theology, Jill’s understanding of reality has evolved to become more aligned with non-dual spiritual traditions and perspectives. Along […]

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Rose Rigley

Artist Rose Rigley is seeking special keepsakes from the community. Sentimental ‘memory objects’ to be part of an upcoming exhibition at NorthSite. For the project, the artist seeks, borrows and redraws personal items of people passed, contributed by loved ones, to focus on the connection between ordinary objects and past relationships. This exhibition will contain […]

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