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Anna Davis, Artist

Anna Davis joined the Museum of Contemporary Art as Curator in 2009 and since then has worked with numerous Australian and international artists on a range of exhibitions, off-site projects, commissions and special events. In 2011 she curatedPrimavera 2011: Young Australian Artists, which focussed on site-specific practices and was held outside of...

Anna Davis and Jason Gee, Artist Duo

Anna Davis (b. 1974) and Jason Gee (b.1965) are media artists who began working together in 1999. Their collaborative practice uses sampling, video scratch techniques, cut-up and projection to agitate the media environment.

Paula Dawson, Artist

Holographer, sculptor and performance artist, Paula Heatley Dawson was born in Brisbane in 1954. Her father, George, is an electrical engineer with a strong inventive streak; and her mother, Heatley, introduced Paula to the arts, especially opera. The diverse interests of both parents were a profound influence on their daughter,...

Isabelle Delmotte, Artist

Previously involved with Photography at a professional level, Isabelle has been a practicing artist involved with digital technology for the past 17 years. In 1996 she completed a Master of Fine Arts by Research (first class honours) at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW, Sydney (supervisors: Adrian Hall and Bill...

Sherre DeLys, Artist

Sherre DeLys is a maker of radio documentaries and radio art, who is currently Producer of ABC Radio National's 360 Documentaries program. Prior to joining the 360 team she worked at New York's flagship public radio station, WNYC, and RN's Into the Music and The Listening Room.

Linda Dement, Artist

Linda Dement is an artist who has been working since the 1980s in a variety of media including photography, film, video and computer-based technologies. Her work has been exhibited in Australia and internationally since the late 1980s and she is the recipient of numerous awards and citations.  Dement’s work has...

Sarah - Mace Dennis, Artist

Trained in collaborative, interdisciplinary arts practice at the School of Arts Griffith University, Sarah-Mace Dennis graduated with first class honours and the University Medal in 2004. Intersecting traditional and emerging technologies, Sarah’s work, which she often performs in herself, is an exploration of issues related to notions of landscape, memory,...