A Berlin selfie in Mauer Park flea-markets
Hi, I’m Mille. I’m a writer and curator from Canberra. I feel strongly about amplifying voices that have been marginalised by narrowly written histories of art. I especially love championing the work of female, queer, Indigenous and Eastern artists. In 2020, I graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Art History and Curatorship and a Bachelor of Arts, with First-Class Honours in Sociology. I wrote my honour thesis about NIRIN, Sydney’s first Indigenous-led biennale, focussing on the ways in which art helps to advance the decolonial project in Australia. I believe that the art is an undervalued source of political agitation that ought to be treated seriously.
I have curated exhibitions at PhotoSpace Gallery and The Project Space, and my work has been published by this is tomorrow magazine. My photographic work has been exhibited at PhotoAccess and the Gallery of Small Things.
‘From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania’, this is tomorrow, 15 October 2020
2019: Kate Matthews’ Berlin Doesn’t Love You, PhotoSpace Gallery Canberra
2019: A Paper Inheritance, The Project Space, Canberra