About Associate Professor Merilyn Fairskye
Merilyn Fairskye's video and photography work engages with the mapping of bodies, identities and terrains in uncontrolled technological environments/transitory domains.
Fairskye's work is exhibited in art galleries, public spaces, electronic arts and film festivals within Australia and internationally and is represented in numerous Australian and international public collections. She has undertaken artist residencies in the US, Italy, France and Australia and has been the recipient of many Australia Council and Australian Film Commission grants, and a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship.
Precarious, Stills Gallery, Sydney, 2011
100, Stills Gallery, Sydney 2009
Figuring Landscapes: Moving Image Work from the UK and Australia, touring exhibition incl. ArtSway, New Forest, Tate Modern, London, and Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, 2008 - 2010
My Favourite Australian, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, 2008 - 2009
Discovering the Other, Palace Museum, Taipei, 2007
States of Mind, Artspace, Sydney, 2007