The Lot

THE LOT (Hugo Moline, Heidi Axelsen, Adriano Pupilli) is a collaborative spatial design practice based in Parramatta.  Hugo Moline, Heidi Axelsen and Adriano Pupilli make up the core team of  THE LOT. We operate in different combinations with a wide … Continue reading

Matt Prest

Matt Prest is a performance maker. With a background studying performance and installation art, his work focuses on the experiential possibilities of theatre as live performance. He holds a BFA in Sculpture, Performance and Installation, from COFA, UNSW and has … Continue reading

Clare Britton

Clare Britton is an artist who works to create original, visual theatre- applying her experience as designer, performer and theatre maker. Clare is Co-Artistic Director of My Darling Patricia. A founding member of the company, Clare has collaborated to create … Continue reading

Chris Fox

Chris Fox is a contemporary sculptor who combines interventions, hybrid objects, drawings and models with architecture. His training as an artist and architect is often apparent in his projects. He has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally and has received a … Continue reading

Tessa Zettel

Tessa Zettel is a writer, artist and educator. She works across disciplines as a redirective practitioner to imagine or enact other ways of living that are generative of sustainment, dialogue and new economies. Tessa is a co-founder of Makeshift, a … Continue reading

Zanny Begg

Zanny Begg works in a inter-disciplinary manner as an artist, writer and curator. She is currently the director of Tin Sheds Gallery and her recent curatorial projects include The Right to the City, Tin Sheds Gallery and There Goes The … Continue reading

Sumugan Sivanesan

Sumugan Sivanesan’s practice encompasses curatorial projects, texts, performance lectures, videos and music to discuss histories of anticolonialism, citizenship and the subjective body. Recently he has produced work for Momentum/Berlin (2012), Yautepec Gallery (Mexico City 2011), 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian … Continue reading

Pia van Gelder

Pia van Gelder is an electronic artist, curator and teacher. Van Gelder develops performances and installations by working with media machines, both custom built heirloom technologies like the audio-video modular synthesizer, and common electronic devices which are hacked and opened … Continue reading

Katie Hepworth

Katie Hepworth is an artist and cultural geographer with a background in architecture and urban studies. She was awarded her PhD in 2012 (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UTS) and her current research is looking at the intersections between … Continue reading

Rudy Ardianto

Rudy Ardianto is a visual artist, creative director, graphic designer & illustrator who has lived and worked between Java and Sydney for the last 15 years. Born in Indonesia, Rudy moved to Sydney in 1996, where he studied Graphic Design … Continue reading

Craig Johnson

Craig Johnson was born in Metairie/New Orleans, Louisiana and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. He migrated to Sydney in 2008 and recently completed a PhD in Photovoltaic Engineering at UNSW. He has been involved with a variety of community and … Continue reading

Adam Kennedy

Adam Kennedy is a Sydney Permaculture instructor, guerrilla gardener and emerging artist, who loves anything to do with soil,   growing good things to eat, hidden spaces in the urban context, mapping, collaboration, interventions and unplanned interactions. Adams role as Milkwood … Continue reading

Jennifer Hamilton

Jennifer Hamilton is a scholar and artist. She holds a PhD in English literature and is a Visiting Fellow with the Environmental Humanities research group at the University of New South Wales. Her research explores early modern literary and dramatic … Continue reading

Rebecca Conroy

Rebecca Conroy is a maker and doer who shifts between directing, writing, producing, producing and organising across site based events, performance, curation, and discursive practices. From 2007-2010 she was the Director of Bill+George an artist led space in Redfern which … Continue reading

Alexandra Crosby

Alexandra Crosby is a designer, researcher, writer, and interdisciplinary artist. Alexandra worked with Rebecca as the Co-Director of Gang Festival (2005-2008). In 2013 she completed her PhD investigating site based creative community events in contemporary Indonesia. In 2009 Alexandra was … Continue reading

Paul Osborne

Paul Osborne is an experienced Production Manager who has worked on a range of events including The Sydney Royal Easter Show (2003 -2008); Darling Harbour/The Rocks Program including Australia Day, Aroma Festival; Festival of the Moon Princess – Chinese Gardens … Continue reading

Tiani Chillemi

Tiani Chillemi is a communication specialist with a keen interest in interdisciplinary practice, independent media and audience engagement. Working across various marketing, publicity and production titles, Tiani has developed audiences for ISEA 2013, Time Machine, Rolling Stock and Anode art … Continue reading

Anique Vered

Anique Vered is a cultural broker, curator and arts administrator working with diverse stakeholders to foster innovation and connected communities. Anique specialises in bridging relationships between government, creative practitioners and community organisations, and is interested in site-specific creative programs involving … Continue reading

David Harris

David Harris (Toecutter) is a noisician artist known as Toecutter, electronic music producer, cultural interventionist and self directed Yurt Builder and Designer. For the last 15 years he has been initiating and collaborating in diverse projects as stop-motion animation, anti-dance … Continue reading

Phoebe Torzillo

Phoebe Torzillo is a member of rural land-share and radical community building enterprise PONYLAND in Northern NSW. She is studying osteopathy at Southern Cross University and researching intentional community, collaborative organisation, and DIY anything. She is a former resident member … Continue reading


Ganbold Lundaa (Gawaa) is an artist who is inspired and interested in cultural exchange. Gawaa grew up as a horseman in a traditional tribe in the Gobi Desert. In Mongolia, he was immersed in traditional styles of art and craft and … Continue reading