Dr Catriona Moore

Lecturer

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

Telephone +61 2 9351 6905
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Research interests

  • Comparative study of women modernist artists in the pre- and inter-war years from selected British Dominions and new republics (primarily New Zealand, Australia, Canada, South Africa, and tangentially India)
  • Contemporary feminist art and writing
  • Contemporary Australian art
  • Contemporary international art, with particular focus on post-colonial and feminist issues
  • Electronic media

Associations

  • Eyeline, 2000
  • Photofile, 1997 - 1998

Recent refereed conference papers

  • ‘Are we there yet? Inter-generational Feminism’, AAANZ Annual Conference, Sydney University December 2012
  • ‘Feminist Art: the 1980s and 1990s’, in ‘Look. Look Again’ Cruthers Collection and Conference, University of Western Australia, October 2012
  • ‘You’re a great way to fly…”, Cultural Studies Conference, Sorbonne, Paris July 2012

Guest lectures and invited symposia papers

  • ‘Modernism and Australian Women’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, August 2013
  • ‘Bill Henson’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, June 2013
  • ‘Australian Modernism’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, June 2013
  • ‘What’s So Funny? Humour in Feminist Art’, Margaret Lawrence Gallery (VCA), Melbourne, May 2013
  • ‘If Not, Why Not?’ Forum on Contemporary Art, Artspace, Sydney, March 2013
  • ‘Equality and Difference: Feminism’s Two-pronged strategy in the art world’, Cross Art Projects, Sydney, September 2012
  • ‘Feminism and Art: Looking to the Future’, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, March 2012
  • ‘The Dinner party’, Next Wave Festival, Melbourne, Footscray Cultural Centre, May 2012

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2013

  • Australian Contemporary Art and Feminism; Moore C; School of Letters, Art and Media, University of Sydney/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.

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

  • 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: Australian contemporary art quarterly, 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: Australian contemporary art quarterly, 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.

Conferences

  • Moore, C. (2013). Caring for Country: Art as a Platform for Indigenous and Western Land Stewardship - Australian perspectives. Sharing Cultures 2013 - 3rd International Conference on Intangible Heritage, Portugal: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development.
  • 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.

Original Creative Work

  • 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.

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.

2013

  • Moore, C. (2013). Caring for Country: Art as a Platform for Indigenous and Western Land Stewardship - Australian perspectives. Sharing Cultures 2013 - 3rd International Conference on Intangible Heritage, Portugal: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development.
  • 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: Australian contemporary art quarterly, 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: Australian contemporary art quarterly, 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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