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”


Works from the Prison on the Landscape, solo exhibition at WAYOUT Artspace, 71 Angus Avenue, Kandos, NSW.Opening Saturday May 8, 2 – 4 pmWAYOUT: A Cementa initiative Elizabeth Day uses the idea and image of the ’prison on the landscape’ to examine the prison as an ongoing and difficult intersection of British and indigenous law. ThreeContinue reading “PRISON ON THE LANDSCAPE / WAYOUT”


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”


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”


Francis Lane Studio is a residence on Bruny Island, Tasmania, built during the writing of Discontinued Narratives of Migration. It was designed by architect Drew Heath, a light box based on the scale of a shipping container. Movement and mobilities were implicit in the design while it responded to the bush location immersed in theContinue reading “FRANCIS LANE STUDIO”


Elizabeth Day, Tasmania’s unconscious is littered with dark incidents, 2020, unravelled opportunity shop garments on muslin backing, 210 x 200 cm. This work is part of a new Unravelling of Form series and from the Working in the Trouble body of work.


Group exhibition at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, VIC curated by Jane O’Neill. 24 Nov 2019 – 15 Mar 2020. The exhibition Haus Werk: The Bauhaus in contemporary art forms part of the official 100jahrebauhaus program of events that celebrates the centenary of the Bauhaus in 2019. Including Australian and international contemporary artists and performers, Haus Werk affirmsContinue reading “HAUS WERK: THE BAUHAUS IN CONTEMPORARY ART”


A Downstairs Project at Articulate Project Space, Sydney, facilitated by William Seeto. Artists: Jan Cleveringa, Elizabeth Day, Elizabeth Mifsud, Marlene Sarroff, Bm Seeto, Anke Stäcker and Elke Wohlfahrt. “It’s not that fast horses are rare but (those) who know enough to spot them are few and far between” Han Yü. This exhibition is a facilitatedContinue reading “THE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN”


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