Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts in Art History and French from the Australian National University.

She works in the legal industry and spends her spare time at galleries and listening to Talk Art. 

She has a deep interest in the intersection between the arts and law and hopes to undergo further study in this area. 

West Sydney’s Finest Demon: Serwah Attafuah draws us into her digital dreamworld

From Western Sydney to Sotheby’s, digital artist Serwah Attafuah creates luminous renditions of our future, giving us the ‘floorplans [...]

Danger, High Voltage! Lightbulb Moments Abound at White Rabbit Gallery’s Lumen

Thunder, lightning, very very frightening! Light can shock, expose, surprise and clarify, but cannot exist without its sister state [...]

You’re Doing Amazing Sweetie? Kim and the Critical Eye of Digital Art

Have you ever lusted after a fitspo physique or Kim Kardashian’s (k)urves? Australian digital artist Tyler Payne’s works ask [...]

The Spirit of the Salon Lives On In Melbourne – Digitally

In the age of hype and overexposure, can scrolling (or trawling) through Insta-art compare to the bustling exhibitions of [...]

2021-12-04T22:54:14+00:0026 February 2021|In Australia, New Media Art, On View, Online Show|Comments Off on The Spirit of the Salon Lives On In Melbourne – Digitally

How Nicole Welch’s Time-lapse Video Collapses Time

Australian new media artist Nicole Welch explores the passage of time in her moving image works, immersing viewers in [...]

2021-12-04T13:31:35+00:0015 November 2020|Digital Art, Digital Photography, In Australia|Comments Off on How Nicole Welch’s Time-lapse Video Collapses Time

Conflict in My Outlook_We Met Online (2020) – Xanthe Dobbie

Can a Buzzfeed-style quiz capture your online sexual persona? Would you want your results to be public? Queer Australian [...]

2021-12-04T13:25:19+00:008 October 2020|Computer Art, Digital Art, In Australia, LGBTQIA+, New Media Art, On View, Online Show, Queer Art|Comments Off on Conflict in My Outlook_We Met Online (2020) – Xanthe Dobbie

Cinopticon (2020) – Giselle Stanborough

Conceptual artist, Giselle Stanborough considers the boundary between the public and private spheres in the context of online life.  [...]

2021-12-04T11:16:21+00:0028 July 2020|In Australia, New Media Art, On View, Online Show, Performance|Comments Off on Cinopticon (2020) – Giselle Stanborough
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