Australian female artists who are included in This Wild Song, and who are based in the Australian state of Victoria, (VIC).
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.
Emma Langridge uses line as an indication of surface, contour and continuity. She is an abstract artist based in Naarm (Melbourne).
Georgia Banks is a performance artist and her works begin with an invitation and a provocation. Sometimes they are met with an overwhelming response, sometimes no one answers at all. She does not value either of these outcomes over the other.
Nanou Dupuis is a Belgian artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her work implies a visual aesthetic of instantaneity through expressive brush marks from a combination of Asian and street art influences.
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.
Lucy Hardie specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty.
Catherine Nelson uses digital technology as her paintbrush creating landscape ‘paintings’ and animations.
Maree Clarke is renowned for her work in reviving southeastern Aboriginal Australian art practices.
Cyrus Tang is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice centers on sentiments of nostalgia, disappearance and longing.
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.