BLOT, group exhibition at Articulate Project Space, 497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt, Sydney, Fri-Sun 11am-5pm (or by invitation). Opening Sat 20 Aug 3-6pm. Closing Sun 4 Sept 2-4pm. BLOT is a group exhibition of artists with a shared interest in site-specific, installation and related spatial and temporal practices exploring a blot of an idea…  Anke Stacker, Anne Graham, BeataContinue reading “BLOT”


A dialogue between Chinese and Australian women artists. This exhibition brings together 11 Chinese and Australian women artists from different cultural backgrounds to have a dialogue around the theme of “All Things Shine”. It is the 3rd contemporary art exhibition of women artists at the China Cultural Centre in Sydney. The exhibition shines a bright lightContinue reading “MATERIAL GIRRRL: ALL THAT SHINE”


Aarna Fitzgerald Hanley, Careful darling: Elizabeth Day and Gabriella Hirst, feature in Artlink (“In Public / Inside” edited by Daniel Mudie Cunningham), Issue 41:2 | August 2021. Aarna Fitzgerald Hanley is Curator of Programs at Carriageworks. Over the past decade she has worked in Australia and internationally, specialising in the commissioning of site-specific projects. SheContinue reading “CAREFUL DARLING”


West Projects is pleased to announce its second cross-cultural presentation titled ‘Ngurra (place)’, a contemporary arts event to be held at The Stores Building Project. This second event will feature works by individual makers Elizabeth Day, Anne Graham, Joe Wilson & Chanelle Collier, Tony Bond and Michael Petchkovsky. Inclusively an AAP collective ‘Ngurra Project build’Continue reading “NGURRA (PLACE) II”


Carriageworks CEO Blair French and Director, Programs Daniel Mudie Cunningham today announced ten artists and collectives who will be the 2021 artists in residence at the Carriageworks Clothing Store. The 2021 artist cohort represents the third group of resident artists at the Clothing Store since the program was established in 2017 through a partnership withContinue reading “CARRIAGEWORKS CLOTHING STORE 2021 RESIDENCY”


Solo exhibition at Articulate Project Space, Sydney, 7 – 23 Nov 2020. This exhibition presents an experimental new body of work that is part of Elizabeth Day’s ongoing project The Prison on the Landscape. These works are a reflection on the line or the wall as the meeting of British and Aboriginal Law as manifestedContinue reading “FACING THE DARK (LONGFORD GAOL ON PARRAMATTA ROAD)”


Day, Elizabeth. “Invisible Words/Invisible Worlds.” Just accepted publication September 16, 2020. doi:10.1162/leon_a_01970 “Abstracts from the Spectra 2018 Symposium: Nano-Optics”, Leonardo, MIT Press Journals, Sept 2020. Excerpt: My studio practice based paper, continues in the cross-disciplinary vein doctorate, Discontinued Narratives of Migration that is indebted amongst other sources to Mieke Bal’s Travelling Concepts in the HumanitiesContinue reading “NANO-OPTICS”


Curated by Dr Judith Duquemin, Constructive Reductive is a multi-disciplinary exhibition of contemporary constructive art by twelve international artists that supports an inquiry into artist intentionality and artist technique. Works include: immersive light installation; virtual reality/eco sculpture; immersive drone-based sound scape; projective relief; painting and narratology; structural/geometric/spatial/code-defined painting; luminal kinetic construction / photo sets; digitalContinue reading “(IR)REGULARITIES”


Constructive Reductive, group exhibition at POP Gallery, curated by Dr Judith Duquemin.Artists: Joseph Buis (FR), Judith Cisneros (AR), Elizabeth Day (AU), Judith Duquemin (AU), Liz Helman (UK), Gosia Koscielak (PL/US), Roland Emile Kuit & Karin Schomaker (NL), Aaron Perkins (AU), Charley Peters (UK), T. Michael Stephens (US), Jon Thogmartin (US).Opening 6 – 8 pm 25Continue reading “CONSTRUCTIVE REDUCTIVE”