About the artist
Elizabeth Pedler was born and raised in Perth, and completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts with First Class Honours at the University of Western Australia. Her work has been shown at Disrupted Festival of Ideas, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Perth Fringeworld Festival, Harvest Music Festival (Melbourne), Melbourne Fringe Festival and Gertrude Street Projection Festival. Elizabeth has held solo or two-person exhibitions at free range Gallery, Moana Project Space (Perth), Kings ARI, Blindspace Artist Run Space, TCB Art Inc and Top Shelf Gallery (Melbourne). In 2012 she was awarded an ArtStart grant, which has facilitated the expansion of her practice and allowed her to travel internationally to research the field of contemporary art. In 2015 Elizabeth was a recipient of the Young People and the Arts Fellowship, from the State Government of Western Australia's Department of Culture and the Arts.
From 2014 to 2017, Elizabeth undertook a Phd (Art) at Curtin University, Western Australia, focusing on the methods of generating participation in relational and socially engaged art practices. When not writing in the third person, Elizabeth is usually researching or producing original and transformative art experiences.
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