|Current Role||Associate Lecturer
Stuart Bailey was born in Newcastle, Australia in 1970. He studied Printmedia at Canberra School of Art, ANU and Kyoto Seika University, Japan. He is currently a Masters candidate at SCA, where he also lectures in Printmedia.
Collage and printmedia are the conceptual motors of my research. They are used to analyse media, generate ideas and uncover hidden concerns. The jarring contrasts and ambiguous parallels created when assembling found images are central to my project. In turn, these works on paper are translated into sculptural installations and video that are populated by disconnected and deluded publics.
Gulf, Peloton, Sydney, July 2010
Hothouse, Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, December, 2009
Cryptophilistinism, Gertrude Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne, January 2009
Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship Exhibition,Artspace,
Woolloomooloo, August 2009
Desert Mouth, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, August 2008
Old School, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, December 2007
Awards & Grants
2009 Finalist: Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship, Artspace, Sydney
2008 Finalist: New Social Commentaries 08, Warrnambool Art Gallery
2005 Australia Council for the Arts Los Angeles Studio Residency
2003 artsACT: Funding for solo exhibition in Canberra and Melbourne, Sticky Palms
2002 Megalo Access Arts: Artist in Residence
2001 Artist Society of Canberra: Travelling Scholarship
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