Works (1999 - 2012)
a vacant bazaar (provisional legend)
A decade-long displacement work involving printed material and its erased residua, presented at Artspace, Sydney (2010).
Work for Tired Eyes
Overpainting and ambient light works shown in the group exhibitions knell dobre glas, Quadrado Azul, Porto, It happened that, ST Paul St. Gallery, Auckland, and Still Vast Reserves: II, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.
Another Misspent Portrait of Etienne de Silhouette
A mass-collaborative erasure/reinscription work and associated project presented in Melbourne (2004/5), the Venice Biennale 52. Exhibition of International Art (2007) in Think with the Senses-Feel with the Mind. Art in the Present Tense, as part of Behind the Image | The Image Behind at STUK Kunstencentrum, Leuven (2009), and at the Simon Preston Gallery, New York (2009/10). In 2013 the work entered the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Hybrid print-drawings seen in InVisible: Art at the Edge of Perception, MASS MoCA, North Adams MA, and It happened that, ST Paul St. Gallery, Auckland (both 2010). A selection of the Compress taken from their largest showing to date at NEW07, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2007), toured through South East Asia in Erased (Contemporary Australian Drawing) (2009-11).
Mirror works: Installations, site-specific and ephemeral interventions, plus more discrete stand-alone pieces. Including: solo presentations Mouthpiece, Milani Gallery, Brisbane (2011) and The Waste of Breath, Melbourne (2010); and group shows Lo Sguardo di Giano, American Academy in Rome (2009) and Mirror Mirror: Then and Now (touring 2009/10).
Works-on-paper recently seen in knell dobre glas, Quadrado Azul, Porto (2012) and at Breenspace, Sydney (2011). Previous showings include Leave No Trace: Ridges, Troughs and Phantom Limbs, ISCP, New York, and More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid, Feinkost, Berlin (both 2009), while a selection of two dozen sheets appeared in Before the Body-Matter, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne (2006/7).