My work Tipping Point has been selected as a finalist in the Paramor Prize: Art + Innovation 2017. The winning work will be acquired into the Powerhouse collection and receive $20,000 prize money.
My facade is fast approaching completion at Riverside Quay Southbank, with just a few adjustments being made now. Inside, the building has been finished ahead of schedule and occupants PwC and Fender Katsalidis Architects have moved in.
TOWN HALL GALLERY, Hawthorn
29 OCT - 18 DEC 2016
Curated by Kent Wilson and Mardi Nowak
This permanent artwork, North of the Warp, was commissioned by Moreland City Council and created to reflect the distinct geography of Moreland and activate the window void of the Brunswick Town Hall.
The undulating folds of the suspended forms reference the geography of The Melbourne Warp, a gentle northwest-southeast flexure in the land that has over time marked a hinge between these areas, with Moreland located to the North. The slow and constant shifts that have formed this flexure can be seen in the repetitive and ephemeral surface pattern of the artwork; at once solid, yet perpetually changing.
Thanks to the team at Counihan Gallery for all their assistance and Clearlight Shows for lighting.
Installation of the major facade artwork I've been working on for the past 2 years has now begun at Riverside Quay on Melbourne's Southbank. This artwork features origami-like folds and dynamic graphics that span over 2700 square metres. Wrapping seamlessly around an existing 8 storey carpark, the facade compliments the new tower built atop it, designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects.
Installation of the facade is due for completion by the end of 2016.
I was recently awarded the Art & Australia/ Credit Suisse Contemporary Art Award 2012. My work will be featured on the
back cover of the Art & Australia (Now ARTAND) Summer Issue with accompanying article written by Jane Button.
Symphonic Encounters, which featured Puzzlethèque, has been reviewed by Dan Rule in the July-August issue of Art Guide Australia.
Britt Salt: Drawing in Three Dimensions by Andrew Nicholls featured in the Australian Art Review.
'Monoform (or how I learned to enjoy puzzles)' is an exhibition catalogue by Ric Spencer (Curator and Writer, WA) which accompanied the exhibition Monoform in Space (2008) at Perth Galleries.
By Robert Nelson, The Age, 5 November 2008
By Penny Craswell
By Leta Keens