EDUCATION

Currently undertaking a PhD in Fine Arts at Monash University titled: If you are not a myth Whose reality are you? And if you are not reality Whose myth are you? Under the main supervision of Helen Johnson.

2015    Master of Fine Art, Monash University, studying under the mentorship of Professor Callum Morton.

2002    Bachelor of Fine Art, First class Honours,  Victorian College of Art, Melbourne University.

1998  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Queensland College of Art.

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017    A Steady Backbeat TCB Inc. Melbourne.

2016    Rhythmic Traces,  Bus Projects, Melbourne

2012   All Aboard the Echo Chamber, Techno Park Studios, Melbourne.

2011    Discoteca Galaxias, No,No Gallery, North Melbourne.

2006    Hair At Habtie's, Polvo, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

2001    Traverse, Gabrielle Gallery, Footscray Community Arts Centre.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITION

2018   

Session Vessels, AirSpace, Sydney, Curated by Raffaella Pandolfini

Family Grimoires, Seventh Gallery Melbourne, Curated by Diego Ramirez.

We, Bundoora Homstead curated by Renee Cosgrave.

Departed Acts, Curated by Made Spencer, MPavillion, Melbourne

XYL, Curated by Sisters Akousmatica, MONA FOMA, Tasmania.

2017

Everything Spring, curated by Julia Murphy, The Honeymoon Suite Melbourne.

Mountain Dew, Banff Centre for Creativity, Canada

2016

Collaborative dance work as part of Geoff Robinson’s work Spatial Markers under the direction of Brook Stamp, Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.

Westspace annual fundraiser exhibition. 

If People Powered Radio, curated by Helen Hughes and Spiros Panigarakis Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.

MFA Graduate exhibition Monash University.

2015   

FEM[X] -Liquid Architecture Festival Westspace, Melbourne.  

Other Planes of Here,  exhibition Monash University Postgraduate Gallery

2014    

Call and Response a Collaborative performance alongside Rebecca Ann Hobbs,  Auckland ArtGallery as part of the St. Paul’s St Gallery Curatorial Symposium In practice: Models of Cultural Exchange and Reciprocity.

Sunra and Rosetta’s Comet, event to commemorate the legacy of Sunra, Monash University Post graduate Colloquium.

Instrument Builder's Project, National Gallery of Victoria Project Space in collaboration with Wukir Suryadi

2013   

Prisma Pavilion, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin Germany, Curated by Gerry Bibby.

Viewfinder, Auckland Central Library New Zealand, Curated by Rebecca Ann Hobbs.

2012   

Planted, Mr Kitly Gallery, Melbourne.

Its A Small, Small World/Clusterf*ck, Family Business Gallery, Chelsea, New York, Curated by Hennessy Youngman.

2011   

Panoply, curated by Nat Thomas, Sawtooth, Launceston, Tasmania.

That Went Well, Platform Contemporary Art Spaces. Curated by NatThomas,  Melbourne.

 Roda Roda Soundsystem collaborating with Slow Art Collective, The Brunswick Project, Counihan Gallery.

2008   

Informal Rituals Curated by Helen Johnson, TCB Inc.  Melbourne.

2007   

Portal in a Storm, RM103, Auckland, New Zealand. 

2006   

Hair at Habtie’s Salon Aesthetics, Bus Gallery, Melbourne

2003   

Resistance is Futile, Frist Draft Gallery, Sydney.

First, Spencer Street Gallery, Melbourne

2002   

Graduate Exhibition Victorian College of the Arts.

1999   

Corps, Soapbox Gallery, Brisbane

 End of Year Clearance Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane

 Xx, Metro Arts Gallery, Brisbane

 

COLLABORATIVE AND OUT OF GALLERY PROJECTS

2018 Barrio//Baryo Next Wave Festival, in collaboration with Caroline Garcia.  

         Precog Curated by Sezzo Snot, The Tote Hotel.

2017 Radio art piece for Radia FM International Radio Art Network  -  curated by Sally Ann McIntyre.

2014-2015 - Other Planes of Here, A series of events organised around a speaker stack by different communities around Melbourne including - Feminist music collective LISTEN, the Pacific Photo Project, The Instrument Builders Project and others. 

2012 ¡Thunderrclapp! an ongoing collaboration with artist Bianca Hester, music producer LochieBradfield and film-maker Jason Heller. Participants in event: Nuba Mountains Cultural Society of Victoria inc., Eleanor Butt and Matthew Brown, Mercat Cross venue, Melbourne

2010 Roda Roda Soundsystem working with Jason Heller, Sepeda Pawai (Bicycle Parade) collaborating with local artists and    musicians including Bayu Widodo and Heri Dono, Yogyakarta Indonesia.

2007- 2008 Co-curator alongside Jason Heller - Collectors Set - weekly music event at Recorded Music Salon. Working with Artist/Musicians: Alex Vivian, Christopher Hill, Julie Burleigh, Matthew Brown,Oscar Yañez, Sean Bailey, Felicity Mangan, Hana Shimada among many others.

 

PUBLISHED WRITING/PAGE ART

2018   UN Magazine review of Selina Thompson's Salt

2017    UN Magazine review of Nastio Mosquito's performance work Respectable Thief

2014    Dancing Between the Lines catalogue essay for artist Caroline Garcia

2013    Trueno Tropical, Faititili a Motu, Tropical Thunder,  Co-written alongside Leuli Eshraghi and published on peer     review journal, Writings from Below, published by Latrobe University.

2007    Resistance is Futile Publication for exhibition of the same title curated by artist, curator and educator Kim Donaldson

 

AWARDS, GRANTS and RESIDENCIES

2017

One month funded residency BAIR Spring Intensive, The Banff Centre for Creativity, Canada.

2016  

Recipient of NAVA Sainsbury Sculpture Grant.

2014   

Recipient of Australian Postgraduate Award Monash University.

2010   

National Gallery of Victoria Post Graduate Award.

Arts Victoria International Exchange Grant as part of Roda Roda Sound System.

 Cultural Grant Australia Indonesia Institute as part of Roda Roda Sound System.

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018

Interview by Fjorn Butler, The Minority Report, http://min.report/records-of-displacement-lucreccia-quintanilla/

2017

Diego Ramirez, 'Lucreccia Quintanilla: The Void After The Colonies',  http://www.dumb-brunette.com/lucreccia

2015  

Lana Lopesi, Decolonisation Frameworks and Indigenous curatorial practice' Runway Magazine http://runway.org.au/decolonisation-frameworks-indigenous-curatorial-practice/

2011    

Dr. Helen Addison Smith, 'Bike Jam, where music, art and bicycles collide',  Treadlie Magazine, Issue 1, 

2008  

Dr. Johnson, Helen 'Hair at Habties' review for the South Project http://www.southproject.net/south/South_Project_Publications.html.

 

EDUCATION WORK

2018

Visiting lecturer - Feminism and Conceptual Practice.

Visiting lecturer - Monash University, Art Writing. 

2016   

Visiting lecturer at Auckland University of technology where I presented a lecture and conducted one  on one critique sessions with  post-graduate candidates.

2014    

Educator, Signal Arts Working with teenagers on film based outcome

Artist in Residence, Princes Hill Primary School. Working on Ceramic based project.

 

PUBLIC DISCUSSION

2017

Art, Agency, Action panel speaker for theNational Association of Visual Arts. 

Moderator of discussion and event for Hannah Catherine Jones: Afrofuturism an Gesamtkunstwerk a performative lecture alongside a presentation by artist Atong Atem. Part of Liquid Architecture and Cyclops joint project. 

2016

What Makes A Great Photograph Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.

2013

Mapping South book launch alongside: Professor Nikos Pappastergiadis, and Anthony Gardner - Associate Professor of Art History at Oxford University at Monash Museum of Art, Melbourne

2009

What does Latin American Art Look Like? Centre for Post-Colonial Studies Melbourne University.

OTHER EXPERIENCE

2017- ongoing Selection committee member for City of Melbourne Grants.

Former member of selection advisory committee of Westspace inc.

Former Board Member of South Project Inc.