Jodie Whalen

Above: Jodie Whalen. Photo: Anna Kucera

Living and working on Gadigal and Darug Land.

Working within a multidisciplinary practice of video, sound, photography and installation. Repetition, and replication of imagery, forms, sounds and motifs are harnessed to explore how meaning moves through, and translates between forms, signifying time, connection and transformation.

Whalen is a current resident at Parramatta Artists Studios Rydalmere and has recently shown work in the group exhibition ‘Undo the day” at NAS Galleries, a new public artwork commission for Parramatta Lanes Festival, and presented new work with; Performance Space - Live Dreams, BLEED 2022 Festival and Prototype Art TV. Whalen graduated from UNSW- Art and Design, Master of Fine Art in 2013. A short list of exhibition sites include; Carriageworks, Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, Performance Space, Queensland Art Gallery and Museum of Modern Art. Awards; NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship, Ravenswood Australian Womens' Art Prize, The Blake Prize, The Valerie Taylor Art Prize for Ocean Advocacy and The Churchie Emerging Art Prize. Her work is held in private, and government collections.