Education:

2012-2015: Master of Fine Art, College of Fine Arts, University Of New South Wales.

2006-2010: Bachelor of Fine Art (Sculpture, Performance and Installation) First Class Honours and the University Medal, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales.

 

Solo Exhibitions:

2015:   STANBOT, Kudos Gallery, Sydney.

Small World Records, Zeppelin, Melbourne.

            Run Away Runway, some.center, (online exhibition).

2014: Nice2MEch@ as part of Next Wave Festival 2014, various locations,

Melbourne.

2013: YTMND, Polarspace (online exhibition).

2012: Interknot, Rearview, Melbourne.

2011: Destiny’s Children, (collaboration with J.D. Reforma), Gaffa, Sydney.

2010: Space Exploration, Firstdraft, Sydney.

 

Selected Group Exhibitions:

 

2018: (Upcoming) The TV Show, Wollongong Art Gallery, Wollongong.

(Upcoming) Block Universe, various venues, London.

2017: Unfinished Business, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.

Me Time, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra.

2016: The NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging), Artspace, Sydney. 

New Romance: art and the posthuman, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. 

VIDEO, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney.

2015:  Liveworks Performance Space, Sydney.

Lost and Profound, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.

 John Fries Award, GalleriesUNSW, Sydney.

New Physics, This is Not Art Festival (online exhibition).

Portable Domains, Firstdraft, Sydney.

2014: Real Life Human Resources, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney.

Glazed and Confused, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery.

The Future’s Knot, The Lock Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle.

Pics or it Didn’t Happen (collaboration with Zan Wimberley and Megan Monte) 107 Projects, Sydney.

Contemporary Fiction, Breezeblock, Sydney.

The Soft Knife, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Sydney.

2013: Nocturne as part of Channels Australian Video Art Festival, Flinders Lane,

Melbourne.

Talk Show, MOP, Sydney.

Shit Yeah — Jon Campbell rocks the MCA, Artbar event at the Museum of

Contemporary Art Australia.

Go West Bus Tour as part of Art Month, Sydney.

Next Wave Social, Northcote Town Hall, Melbourne.

2012: Anonymous World Order, Penrith Regional Gallery.

There’s a Hole in The Sky, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

What We Watch, COFAspace, Sydney.

Alternate Universal Studios, Firstdraft, Sydney.

2011: High & Lofty: The Ecclesiastical Banner Project, Parramatta Artists Studios

and Leigh Memorial Church, Sydney.

For The Lulz, Tin Sheds, Sydney.

2010: Fraser Studios Open Day Exhibition, Fraser Studios, Sydney.

The Gift, Parramatta Artists Studios Gallery, Sydney.

Hidden, Rookwood Cemetery Sculpture Walk, Sydney.

2009Wandering The Wollondilly. Wollondilly Pump House and Goulburn

Regional Gallery, Goulburn.

 

Awards, Residencies and Scholarships:

2017: NSW Artist Grant.

2016: NSW Fellowship (Emerging), Finalist.

2015: John Fries Award, Finalist.

2013: Post Graduate Research Conference Travel Fund Recipient

2013: Selected for Kickstart development program and recipient of Kickstart grant.

2012: Research Excellence Award, College of Fine Art, UNSW.

2011: Parramatta Artists Studio Residency.

Fishers Ghost Art Prize, Finalist. Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney.

2010: University Medal for Sculpture, Performance and Installation.

Fraser Studio Residency, Sydney.

2009: UNSW Honours Scholarship.

2008: Catapult Emerging Artist, Designer and Curator Award, Highly Commended.

UNSW Dean’s Award.

Oxford Art Supplies Drawing Prize, Runner Up.

 

Conferences and Seminars:

Presented “The Lonely Tail” at xCoAx: Computation, Aesthetics and X. Bergamo: The University of Bergamo, Italy. 2013.

Presented How Does the Shifting Media Landscape Effect What we Imagine?, The Wheeler Center, Melbourne. 2013.

Presented “The Ethics of Digital Consumption” at Video Art In The Internet Era Forum as Part of Channels Australian Video Art Festival, Australian Centre For the Moving Image, Melbourne. 2013.

Presented at PetchaKucha as part of SuperDelux and the 17th Biennale of Sydney, ArtSpace, Sydney. 2010.

 

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