Australian female artists who are included in This Wild Song, and who work primarily in the medium of Sculpture.
This Wild Song is a long term project by artist Ilona Nelson which sees her creating photographic portraits of Australian female artists and transforming them to become a part of their work.
Jasmine Targett is a sculptor often working with glass and NASA. Her practice focuses on understanding our intimate relationship to nature and universal connection to the cosmos.
Jemila MacEwan is an Australian interdisciplinary artist living and working in New York.
Sonia Payes is a conceptually-based artist whose work conveys a strong environmental narrative.
Cat Rabbit is a textile artist and designer who makes plush sculptural works of her imagined characters and the worlds they might live in.
Kate Rohde creates whimsical resin and mixed media sculptures and jewellery.
Kate Just works in a diversity of media including knitting, resin, clay, collage and photo-media.
Hannah Gartside is an artist working predominantly with textiles and fibre.
Berg combines sculpture, installation and paper based practices in her monumental works.
Patricia Piccinini's multidisciplinary practice examines the increasingly nebulous boundary between the artificial and the natural as it appears in contemporary culture and ideas.
Wanda Gillespie is an Australian/New Zealand contemporary artist. She uses sculpture and photography to explore fictions and ideas around history, culture, ritual and ceremony.