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AMIE ANDERSON

B. Queensland, 1979. Lives and works in Melbourne.


EDUCATION

2012 - BFA (Honours) - Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne

2008 - Diploma of Visual Arts – RMIT - Melbourne


SOLO SHOWS

2016 

Hand Conversations, C3 Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne

2015

Soap Exchange, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne


SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2018

Shifting Spaces, 222 Rosslyn, Melbourne

Upcoming 

MU$CLE, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne

2017

onAiR – Temporär zu Hause, Glashalle Landratsamt, Tübingen, Germany

Following Amie: The Artist at Work, with Maria Miranda, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne

2016

Gooday Goodbye, The Food Court, Melbourne

2015

The Art Box Truck, Curated by Art Box, Gertrude Projection Festival, Melbourne

Vexations, with Lindsay Cox, Melissa Deerson, Travis Heinrich and Siying Zhou, Melbourne City Library, Melbourne

Winter Wanderland, with the artists of Yooralla Arts - Yooralla, Balwyn shopfronts and Pubic Library, Melbourne

2014

Project Pixel Squared, Curated by Rose Staff and Krystal Schultheiss, Good Time Studios, Melbourne

Artists Books Show, Curated by Sandra Bridie, Alice Mathieu and Craig Burgess,
George Paton Gallery, Melbourne

Come As You Are, Curated by Gonzalo Ceballos, The Food Court, Melbourne

Tuning Out, with Siying Zhou, Jonathon Homesey and Nico Reddaway, Docklands Public Spaces,  Melbourne

2013:

Oh God Performance Night - Curated by Phil Solimon, Hares and Hyenas, Melbourne           

Colour Light Plays, Curated by Sandra Bridie and Craig Burgess, The Alderman, Melbourne


AWARDS/ GRANTS/ SCHOLARSHIPS/ COMMISSIONS

2016 Faculty Small Grant Scheme, Research Assistant, The University of Melbourne

2011 Woodgain Sculpture Prize          

2010 Victoria Harbour Young Artist Initiative

2009 Yvonne Cohen Scholarship, Victorian College of the Arts


PUBLICATIONS

Ways of Following: Art, materiality and collaboration, by Katve-Kaisa Kontturi, Open Humanities Press, 2018

Small ‘p’ politics where ethics and politics meet in Contemporary Art, The Routledge Companion to Media and Activism  chapter by Maria Miranda and Norie Neumark, edited by Graham Meikle, 2018

Pandemonium: ARIs, artists and labour, Catalogue Essay by Diego Ramirez for Maria Miranda and Amie Anderson, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne, 2017

Unlikely Journal, Field Work Issue, Following Amie, by Maria Miranda, 2016

Artshub, Food Court A.R.I to Close, by Gina Fairley, 2016  

Runway Experimental Arts, Balancing on the Edge, A Melbourne Perspective, by Maria Miranda, 2016    

The Suburban Review, Melbourne, 2014


ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

2017 Kunstort-ELEVEN-Artspace, Borstingen, Germany


EXTENDED PROJECTS
 

2013 - 2016

Co-Director of an artist-run-intitiative
The Food Court  
the-food-court.net.au

2013 - 0ngoing

Art Projects Facilitator and Artist Mentor
Yooralla - Art Circle, Melbourne