Fulfilment Centre is a 10 part sound series I made in 2020/21. It was commissioned by TarraWarra Museum of Art for Victoria Together and supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

Mastered by Brennan Olver
Additional music on episode 5 by Wet Kiss
Design by Debris Facility
Voice performers: Deb Kunda, Isla Scott, Tim Woodward, Liang Luscombe, Caroline Anderson, Charlie Sofo and Brennan Olver.


Emotional Hydraulics

Video stills from Fold, 2021, digital video, 13 mins

Interior / exterior view of upstairs

Video stills from The Whole Universe, 2021, digital video, 8 mins

Video still from Clicks, 2021, digital video, 3:04 mins

Installation view including Artery Notice Board

View of exterior curtain

Image credits: Keelan O'Hehir & Tim Woodward

Emotional Hydraulics
Artery Cooperative
Northcote, Melbourne
April, 2021


You'll never know your own smell, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney 2020

Trail Mix
nuts, seeds, dried fruit and wood
43 x 33 cm

found material on board
70 x 90 cm

cotton, newsprint
45 x 35 cm


On Vulnerability & Doubt, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, August 2019

digital video, duration 1:08 mins

Reference points (16 photographs of a nipple) 
inkjet print
2.5 x 4.0 cm (each, sixteen prints)

Various confectionery sucked to the smallest structural point
Various materials and dimensions

Lost soccer balls (removed from circulation for the duration of the exhibition)

found balls, timber shelf
180cm x 215cm x 43cm

Low notes 
digital video
3:00 mins

Documentation by Jacqui Shelton and Andrew Curtis


Shapeshifters: curated by Tara McDowell

Windows, 2019
An entrance & exit point for Shapeshifters curatorial symposium, MADA Faculty Gallery
Photographs by Keelan O'Hehir.


Some things

Some things
2005 - 2019
Included in Queer Economies curated by Abbra Kotlarczyk and Madé Spencer-Castle
Bus Projects
Collingwood, 2019

(Image 1 by Christo Crocker) 


(image: Bloom, 2018, still from digital video)

Image credit: Keelan O'Hehir 

"Why Listen to Plants?"
Curated by Liquid Architecture
Wednesday 5 Dec, 2019
RMIT Design Hub


Returning (almost) all of the books that I have borrowed from friends & acquaintances, 2018



Some footnotes or unfinished sentences I am writing here:



Unseasonal Work

Exhibited at Bus Projects, Collingwood, June, 2017.

Photo by Christo Crocker 


Seasonal Work

Part of an exhibition "Of everything that disappears there remains traces", curated by Lauren Ravi at The Honeymoon Suite, Brunswick. 2017.


40 poems

Supported by the Monash University, Prato Centre

Printed & bound by Friends Make Books, Turin, 2016
40 pages, edition of 60.

Documentation by Andrej Kocis