b. 1991. Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.
Education
2017
Master of Fine Arts, Monash University, Melbourne.
2012
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Honours (First Class), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
2011
Bachelor of Fine Arts (with Distinction), QUT, Brisbane.
Solo Exhibitions
2018
Sorting Machine — Sutton Projects, Melbourne.
2017
Memoria Technica — Kingston Arts Centre, Melbourne.
2016
A Plant is a Plant, FAKE estate. ARI in residence at Metro Arts, Brisbane.
Entropy is Just a Lack of Storage Options, Bus Projects, Melbourne.
2015
The Administration Office for Such Causes as; the right of walks or— some.center, Melbourne.
2014
Another Special Something – Conduit Arts, Melbourne.
Everything is a Distraction – Metro Arts, Brisbane.
Group Exhibitions
2017
Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize – NAS Gallery, Sydney.
2016
The City Speaks – ACCA, Melbourne.
2014
Disowned – Conduit Arts, Melbourne.
Compulsion Loop – Boxcopy, Brisbane.
2013
Hatched: National Graduate Show – PICA, Perth.
Test Pattern – Ryan Renshaw Gallery, Brisbane.
2012
∴ – The Block, QUT, Brisbane.
I’m Yours/Be Mine: Shape of Things to Come – The Block, QUT, Brisbane.
2011
Sarah Ramone: QUT BFA Graduate Exhibition – H Block, QUT, Brisbane.
2008
Creative Generations Excellence Awards in Visual Art – GoMA, Brisbane.
2007
Creative Generations Excellence Awards in Visual Art – GoMA, Brisbane.
Texts
2017
“'Do you want me to tell the story?' History and narrative in 'The Year of the Floods'.” Essay for Georgina Criddle and Melissa Deerson's The Year of the Floods.
Awards
2017
Monash Graduate Emerging Artist Prize, Sutton Gallery
Kingston Arts Centre Exhibition Award, Monash University
2013
NAVA Australian Artists’ Grant
2012
Kay and Robert Bryan/Jack Manton Art Prize.
Artist Talks
2014
Everything is a Distraction, March 26.
2012
I’m Yours/Be Mine: Shape of Things to Come, May 16.
Media
2016

Ella Cattach, Everything That Rises Might Converge, Brisbane: Fake Estate (catalogue).

2014

Serena Bentley, Everything is a Distraction, Brisbane: Metro Arts (catalogue).

“Distraction and Recognition”. October 28, Melbourne. Group panel discussion organised by DIS-cour.se for MPavilion.

2008

Creative Generations Excellence Awards in Visual Art, Brisbane: GoMA (catalogue).

Jodie van der Wetering, “How to Crochet an Atom Bomb”, ABC News Online.

2007

Creative Generations Excellence Awards in Visual Art, Brisbane: GoMA (catalogue).