We have invited arts writer Cat Black-Dinham to respond to the exhibition Botanica Humana and are delighted to publish her essay in full on our website here.
Catriona Black-Dinham is the Studio Coordinator at Abbotsford Convent and Gallery Coordinator at St Heliers Street Gallery, positions she’s held since early 2016. Catriona migrated to Melbourne in late 2015 after working at the prestigious Scottish contemporary art gallery, the Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture. In 2012 Cat completed her Masters in Contemporary Art Theory from the University of Edinburgh, with a focus on exhibition logistics. Cat continues her on-going-curated project artonyourstreets.com; a resource created to map public artworks. Cat has worked in the visual arts for over a decade.
Installation images of Botanica Humana: April 26 – May 27, 2018