I’ve never really documented the projects I developed and curated as Director of Satellite Art Projects on this site, which I’ve always seen as a sort of incidental repository, often where there wasn’t an organisation-specific archive online. Now that my time is near fully taken up with my role at the National Gallery of Victoria – rewardingly so I should add – I thought it a good time to summarise and link to the work I did under the Satellite Art Projects banner in one post.

Curator of the Australian component of [en]counters, a program of live art and performance in the public sphere of Mumbai. Artists: Kay Abude, PVI Collective, The Telepathy Project (Veronica Kent & Sean Peoples).

Coordinating consultant leading a research project and strategy development for the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, in the implementation of digital technologies in its teaching, learning and research activities.

Commissioner of a 7” recording by American artist Martha McDonald, in collaboration with Melbourne musician Craig Woodward, to accompany her exhibition and performances Deep Sea Chanties.

Curator of Riverside Corolla, a permanent public art project by Melbourne-based artist John Meade suspended in the atrium of Southgate, Melbourne.

Curator of temporary works by Melbourne street artist Be Free, incorporating programs from the Melbourne Festival, to coincide with the reopening of the iconic Hamer Hall.

Co-developer and producer of a heritage interpretation of Princes Pier in Port Melbourne, incorporating a permanent digital platform exploring the site’s historical significance to Victoria. Formed a key part of the Major Projects Victoria restoration of what was one of the state’s most significant landing points for people migrating to Australia throughout the twentieth century.

Co-curator of Civil Twilight End, a permanent public art project by Melbourne-based artists Kate Daw and Stewart Russell, that brings a sense of community, reverie and natural rhythm to the Docklands precinct, positioned on the corner of Bourke and Village Streets.

Curator of R.U.R., a monumental fallen robot sculpture by Ronnie van Hout, presented in the forecourt of the Royal Exhibition Buildings for Melbourne Art Fair 2008, the Elizabeth Murdoch Sculpture Court outside MUMA, and public areas of the Clayton campus of Monash University.