Dr Catriona Moore

Lecturer

A26 - R.C. Mills Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 6905
Fax +61 2 9351 4212

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Research interests

  • Comparative modernisms, especially across the old British colonies
  • Contemporary feminist art and writing
  • Contemporary Australian art
  • Contemporary international art, with particular focus on post-colonial and feminist issues

Current research students

Project title Research student
The Pop Beat of Postmodern and Contemporary Architecture Samuel SMALL

Current projects

  • ‘Future Feminist Archive’, a year-long project across NSW in which artists engage with archives and collections of all kinds to create exhibitions, workshops, performances and publishing outcomes. Supported by a grant from Arts NSW in collaboration with Sydney College of the Arts
  • A cross cultural and trans generational study on the impact of feminism on Australian visual arts. Supported by a grant from the Australia Council for the Arts New Work - Established Scheme, with Jaquelline Millner
  • Contemporary Art and Feminism, (with Jacqueline Millner) under consideration by Bloomsbury Academic
  • Editor, OutTakes, (with Jacqueline Millner) under consideration by Bloomsbury Academic

Associations

  • Future Feminist Archive project, 2015
  • Editor, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Art, 2015
  • Editorial board, The Dictionary of Australian Art & Design Online, 2009-present
  • Editorial board, The Dictionary of Australian Art & Design Online, 2009-present
  • Eyeline, 2000
  • Photofile, 1997 - 1998

Recent conference convening

  • (with Jacqueline Millner). December 2016, Domesticating Institutional Critique panel, AAANZ national conference, Canberra
  • (with Jacqueline Millner and Jo Holder), 2016, Contemporary Art and Feminism, 2014, international conference, co-sponsored by Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Power Institute Foundation for Art and Visual Culture, and School of Letters, Arts and Media, hosted by Sydney College of the Arts, featuring keynotes by international curators Dr Maura Reilly (Founder Sackler Centre for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, US) and Michael Birchall (Tate Liverpool, UK)

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2015

  • A cross cultural and trans generational study on the impact of feminism on Australian visual arts; Moore C, Millner J; Australia Council for the Arts/New Work - Established Scheme.

2014

  • Curating Feminism; Moore C; University of Sydney/Conference Seed Funding Scheme.

2013

  • Australian Contemporary Art and Feminism; Moore C; School of Letters, Art and Media/Research Incubator Scheme.

2007

  • Dictionary of Australian Artists online, DAAO: public release version; Moore C, Benjamin R, et a, Johnson V; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2006

  • University of Sydney - Near Miss Scheme; Moore C; University of Sydney (CHASS)/Bridging Support.

2005

  • DAAO The Dictionary of Australian Artists Online; Johnson V, Mendelssohn J, Bennett J, Brauer F, Losche D, Wells A, Benjamin R, Moore C, Kleinert S, Burn M, Gay A, Butler R, Bond A, Ryan A, Schmocker S, Ellis E, Neville R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2003

  • Women artists and western primitivism: a comparative study of Margaret Preston and Emily Carr; Moore C; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

2000

  • The big picture: A planning matrix for the visual arts; Smith T, Pefanis J, Moore C, Patrick J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Strategic Partnerships with Industry - Research and Training (SPIRT).

Selected publications & creative works

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Book Chapters

  • Moore, C. (2007). Not Just a Pretty Picture: Art as Ecological Communication. In Gavin Birch (Eds.), Water Wind Art and Debate - How environmental concerns impact on disciplinary research, (pp. 345-392). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Margaret Preston At Home. In Rex Butler (Eds.), Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, (pp. 200-212). Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art.
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2004). Hearts and Minds (will win the war). In Blair French, Adam Geczy and Nicholas Tsoutas (Eds.), Criticism + Engagement + Thought: 2004 Biennale of Sydney, (pp. 9-17). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Moore, C. (2002). Photo-Documentary's Fluctuating Fortune. In Stuart Koop (Eds.), Value Added Goods: Essays on Contemporary Photography, Art and Ideas, (pp. 27-34). Australia: Centre For Contemporary Photography.
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2002). Waltz in Matilda. In Rachel Kent, Russell Storer, Vivienne Webb (Eds.), Meridian: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, (pp. 24-27). Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Moore, C. (2001). Artists in the Agora. In Brad Buckley and John Conomos (Eds.), Republics of Ideas: Republicanism Culture Visual Arts, (pp. 182-197). Australia: Pluto Press.

Journals

  • Millner, J., Moore, C. (2015). 'Performing Oneself Badly?' Neo-Burlesque and Contemporary Feminist Performance Art. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 15(1), 20-36. [More Information]
  • Millner, J., Moore, C., Cole, G. (2015). Art and Feminism: Twenty-First Century Perspectives. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 15(2), 143-149. [More Information]
  • Moore, C. (2014). 'Backflip': Feminism and Humour in Contemporary Art. Eyeline, 80, 106-107.
  • Moore, C. (2013). The More Things Change: Feminist Aesthetics, Then and Now. Artlink, 33(3), 22-24.
  • Moore, C. (2010). Notes from the front line. n.paradoxa (print), 26(9), 19-19.
  • Moore, C. (2009). Book Review: WACK!: Art and the Feminist Revolution, by Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin, eds. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 9(1/2), 247-250.
  • Moore, C. (2006). Round-tables and Square Holes. Artlink, 26(1).
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2005). Beauty and the Beast: Grace Cossington Smith at the National Gallery of Australia. Eyeline, 58(Spring).
  • Moore, C. (2005). Decoration, aspiration, nostalgia: Recent Australian photography. Art and Australia, 42(3), 424-433.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Welcome Stranger!. Photofile, 76, 42-45.

Edited Journals

  • Millner, J., Moore, C., Cole, G. (2015). Art and Feminism: Twenty-First Century Perspectives. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art.

Conferences

  • Moore, C. (2005). Margaret Preston in an international frame. Margaret Preston Symposium, Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Moore, C. (2004). Joan Kerr’s Third Way. Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, Caufield East, Melbourne: Art Association of Australia and New Zealand.
  • Moore, C. (2002). Modern Women Artists at the Colonial Periphery. Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, Caufield East, Melbourne: Art Association of Australia and New Zealand.

Textual Creative Works

  • Moore, C. (2014). Feminist Curating: The First Hundred Years. Curating Feminism, (pp. 16 - 21). Sydney, Australia: Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.
  • Moore, C. (2013). Modern Women: Full Throttle. Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World, (pp. 86 - 91). Sydney, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Moore, C. (2013). Susan Norrie: 1. Grand Luxe 1987 2. Untitled 1988-89 (Peripherique). Important Australian Art from the Collection of Reg Grundy AC OBE and Joy Chambers-Grundy, Paddington, Australia: Bonhams.
  • Moore, C., Doley, K. (2012). Contemporary Australia: Feminism (A conversation between Catriona Moore and Kelly Doley). Sexes, Sydney, (pp. 12 - 17). Sydney, Australia: Performance Space.
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2010). Beauty of distance: postmortems Catriona Moore. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet 39(3), volume 39 issue 3, (pp. 204 - 207). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2010). Do biennales do it better? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet 39 (2), (pp. 100 - 101). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Moore, C. (2010). Local Internationals or International Locals? Edge of Elsewhere, (pp. 57 - 60). Sydney, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Reviews - Caroline Jordan - Picturesque pursuits: Colonial Women Artists and the Amateur Tradition. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art: Masculinities, volume 6, number 1, (pp. 134 - 138). Sydney, Australia: Allen Lane.

Report

  • Moore, C. (2004). The Big Picture: A Planning Matrix For The Visual Arts (3 Chapters: "Economic Environment", "Globalisation", "Community Attitudes").

Reference Works

  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Expressionism in Australia. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Grace Cossington Smith. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Margaret Preston. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Social Realism. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. The Antipodeans. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.

Other

  • Moore, C. (2005), Margaret Preston: Self Portrait, 1932.
  • Moore, C. (2002), Guest Lecture: "Modern Australian Women".
  • Moore, C. (2001), Public Lecture: Recent Australian Photography.
  • Moore, C. (2001), Telling Tales.

2015

  • Millner, J., Moore, C. (2015). 'Performing Oneself Badly?' Neo-Burlesque and Contemporary Feminist Performance Art. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 15(1), 20-36. [More Information]
  • Millner, J., Moore, C., Cole, G. (2015). Art and Feminism: Twenty-First Century Perspectives. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art.
  • Millner, J., Moore, C., Cole, G. (2015). Art and Feminism: Twenty-First Century Perspectives. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 15(2), 143-149. [More Information]

2014

  • Moore, C. (2014). 'Backflip': Feminism and Humour in Contemporary Art. Eyeline, 80, 106-107.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Expressionism in Australia. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Grace Cossington Smith. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Margaret Preston. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. Social Realism. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). [In Press]. The Antipodeans. Routledge Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Routledge.
  • Moore, C. (2014). Feminist Curating: The First Hundred Years. Curating Feminism, (pp. 16 - 21). Sydney, Australia: Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.

2013

  • Moore, C. (2013). Modern Women: Full Throttle. Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World, (pp. 86 - 91). Sydney, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Moore, C. (2013). Susan Norrie: 1. Grand Luxe 1987 2. Untitled 1988-89 (Peripherique). Important Australian Art from the Collection of Reg Grundy AC OBE and Joy Chambers-Grundy, Paddington, Australia: Bonhams.
  • Moore, C. (2013). The More Things Change: Feminist Aesthetics, Then and Now. Artlink, 33(3), 22-24.

2012

  • Moore, C., Doley, K. (2012). Contemporary Australia: Feminism (A conversation between Catriona Moore and Kelly Doley). Sexes, Sydney, (pp. 12 - 17). Sydney, Australia: Performance Space.

2010

  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2010). Beauty of distance: postmortems Catriona Moore. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet 39(3), volume 39 issue 3, (pp. 204 - 207). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2010). Do biennales do it better? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet 39 (2), (pp. 100 - 101). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Moore, C. (2010). Local Internationals or International Locals? Edge of Elsewhere, (pp. 57 - 60). Sydney, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre.
  • Moore, C. (2010). Notes from the front line. n.paradoxa (print), 26(9), 19-19.

2009

  • Moore, C. (2009). Book Review: WACK!: Art and the Feminist Revolution, by Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin, eds. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 9(1/2), 247-250.

2007

  • Moore, C. (2007). Not Just a Pretty Picture: Art as Ecological Communication. In Gavin Birch (Eds.), Water Wind Art and Debate - How environmental concerns impact on disciplinary research, (pp. 345-392). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

2006

  • Moore, C. (2006). Round-tables and Square Holes. Artlink, 26(1).

2005

  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2005). Beauty and the Beast: Grace Cossington Smith at the National Gallery of Australia. Eyeline, 58(Spring).
  • Moore, C. (2005). Decoration, aspiration, nostalgia: Recent Australian photography. Art and Australia, 42(3), 424-433.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Margaret Preston At Home. In Rex Butler (Eds.), Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, (pp. 200-212). Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Margaret Preston in an international frame. Margaret Preston Symposium, Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Moore, C. (2005), Margaret Preston: Self Portrait, 1932.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Reviews - Caroline Jordan - Picturesque pursuits: Colonial Women Artists and the Amateur Tradition. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art: Masculinities, volume 6, number 1, (pp. 134 - 138). Sydney, Australia: Allen Lane.
  • Moore, C. (2005). Welcome Stranger!. Photofile, 76, 42-45.

2004

  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2004). Hearts and Minds (will win the war). In Blair French, Adam Geczy and Nicholas Tsoutas (Eds.), Criticism + Engagement + Thought: 2004 Biennale of Sydney, (pp. 9-17). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Moore, C. (2004). Joan Kerr’s Third Way. Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, Caufield East, Melbourne: Art Association of Australia and New Zealand.
  • Moore, C. (2004). The Big Picture: A Planning Matrix For The Visual Arts (3 Chapters: "Economic Environment", "Globalisation", "Community Attitudes").

2002

  • Moore, C. (2002), Guest Lecture: "Modern Australian Women".
  • Moore, C. (2002). Modern Women Artists at the Colonial Periphery. Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, Caufield East, Melbourne: Art Association of Australia and New Zealand.
  • Moore, C. (2002). Photo-Documentary's Fluctuating Fortune. In Stuart Koop (Eds.), Value Added Goods: Essays on Contemporary Photography, Art and Ideas, (pp. 27-34). Australia: Centre For Contemporary Photography.
  • Moore, C., Holder, J. (2002). Waltz in Matilda. In Rachel Kent, Russell Storer, Vivienne Webb (Eds.), Meridian: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, (pp. 24-27). Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art.

2001

  • Moore, C. (2001). Artists in the Agora. In Brad Buckley and John Conomos (Eds.), Republics of Ideas: Republicanism Culture Visual Arts, (pp. 182-197). Australia: Pluto Press.
  • Moore, C. (2001), Public Lecture: Recent Australian Photography.
  • Moore, C. (2001), Telling Tales.

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