Catriona Stanton


2005 – 2007   Master of Visual Art Charles Darwin University
1995 – 1998   Bachelor of Visual Arts Charles Darwin University
1991 – 1993   Tom Bass Sculpture School

2014   Artist in Residence, University of Wollongong
2006   Artist in Residence, Theertha Collective, Sri Lanka
2002   Self Directed Residency, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada
2001   Artist in Residence, The Australian Museum, Sydney
1995   Artist in Residence, Alyangula School, Groote Eyelandt
1993   Apprentice Artist, International Sculpture Symposium, Broken Hill

Public Commissions
2017   Canopy , Casuarina Square Food Court, Darwin
2016   Flock, Darwin International Airport

Selected Solo Exhibitions and Collaborations
2015   Devil Dodgers, with Anne Ooms, Slot, Sydney
2015   Burial Ground of Zool, with Anne Ooms, Creative Arts Gallery, University of Wollongong
2013   Echo, with Anne Ooms Hold Artspace, Brisbane
2011    Impending Encounter, with Anne Ooms Talitha Kennedy 24HR Art, Darwin
2009   Rawhide, GRANTPIRRIE, Sydney
2008   In Flux, Public Commission for Toga Group development Darwin with Pamela See and Talitha Kennedy
2008   hold back nothing, Woods Street Gallery, DVAA, Darwin
2007   Estranged Tales. Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
2007   Out of the Ordinary, The Gallery, Charles Darwin University, Darwin
2006   Lost, Depot Gallery, Sydney
2006   Celes Tea Il Kiosk, with Cora De Lang, Theertha, Hantana, Sri Lanka
2005   Odds and Heads, 13 Sturt Street, Sydney
2003   All Strung Up, Slot Gallery, Sydney
2003   Six Pieces, 24Hr Art, NT Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin
2001   Passage, Video Projection at the Old Drive In, Alice Springs
1999   Fluid, 24Hr Art, NT Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin
1999   Gutted and Filleted, Watch This Space, Alice Springs
1999   Gills, Durational sculpture, Artspace, Sydney

Selected Group Exhibitions
2018   Ferret, Articulate Project Space, Sydney
2017   Eland Hoppen, Stadskantine Alkmaar, Alkmaar, The Netherlands
2016   The Clearing, Wollongong Botanic Gardens Bicentennial Sculpture Award
2016  The 64th Blake Prize, Casula Powerhouse Art Centre, Sydney
2015   Art For refugees, Black Lotus Studios, Sydney
2015   The Stockroom Show, Egg and Dart, Thirroul
2014   Global Village, Produzenten Gallery, Landshut, Germany
2014   Global Village, Kulturhuset Brønden, Brøndby Strand, Denmark
2012   Togart Contemporary Art Award, Chan Contemporary Art Space, Darwin
2012   Scratch Art Space: Ten Years Inside Out, Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney
2012   A Fine Line. Where Craft Meets Art and Design, Chan Contemporary Art Space, Darwin
2011   Immemorial, Chan Contemporary Art Space, Darwin
2011   Here &/or There, Jogja gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2009   Immemorial, Indonesian Contemporary Art Network, Yogyakarta
2008   The Alice Prize, Araluen Centre for the Arts, Alice Springs
2007   The New Passion Club, Judith Wright Centre, Brisbane
2007   Territorial, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra
2007   Room, Contemporary Art Services Tasmania, Hobart
2007   Room, Burnie Regional Art Gallery, Burnie
2006   Act Natural, Neil Emmerson Anne Marie May Catriona Stanton Raft Artspace
2006   ABN Emerging Artist Award, Sydney
2006   Small, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
2006   Theertha International Open, Hantana Estate, Sri Lanka
2006   Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, Gold Coast City Art Gallery
2006   Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, Woollahra Municipal Council
2006   Act Natural, Raft Artspace, Darwin
2006   ABN Emerging Artist Award, Sydney
2005   Canberra Contemporary Art Award, CCAS, Canberra
2004   Six Pieces, University of Iowa, USA
2004   Retrofit, The Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney
2002   LOCWS INTERNATIONAL 2: art across the city, Wales
2002   States of Being, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada
2000   Alice Essentials, Watch This Space, Alice Springs
1999   Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Exhibition, Artspace, Sydney
1999   Australian Perspecta 99, Art and Politics, Artspace, Sydney

Selected Awards and Prizes
2014   Australia Council Market Development Grant
2012   Peoples’s Choice Award, Togart Contemporary Art Award
2008   Tammy Kingsley Award (People’s Choice) 35 thAlice Prize
2005   Australian Postgraduate Award
2002   Pat Corrigan Marketing Grant, NSW Ministry for the Arts
1998   The Framed Gallery Folio Prize, Northern Territory University
1996   The Sensitive Portrayal Award, Darwin Legal Service

Selected Bibliography

2017   Casuarina Square food court to undergo $8.7mrevamp | NT News
2017   Casuarina Square celebrates opening – SCN IndustryReview, Aug
2017   Be Impressed, Casuarina Square by the GPT Group,Aug
2015   Wollongong’s new artist in residence | IllawarraMercury, Dec 7
2015   The Burial Ground of Zool, UOW Exhibitions,
2014   Artist in Residence: Catriona Stanton, UOW TAEM,4th September
2012   Graduate claims prestigious art prize,enews -December issue, CDU
2011    Impending Encounter, Artlink, Sarah Scott, Vol. 31, no 4.
2009   Ouija in Yogya, Art Monthly,Ashley Crawford, Issue 226, Summer
2007   Territorial, Art Collector, Jane Hampson, Issue 42, Reviews
2007   Territorial, Artlink, Sarah Scott, Vol 27 #4, pg 84
2007   Room, Art & Australia, Bec Tudor, pg 136, Vol 45, Spring, No1
2007   Room, Sean Kelly, Artlink, Vol 27 #3, pg 91
2006   Hang The Expense, The Financial Review Magazine, Katrina Strickland pg.65, Nov 2006
2006   Small, Sunanda Creagh, Sydney Morning Herald, pg16, April 22-23
2005   Watch This Space, Desert Bloom, Mardijah Simpson, Real Time Arts, June/ July
2005   Under the Skin, Kim Mahood, Artlink, Vol 25# 2, pg 14, June
2004   No Need to weed, Anne Susskind, The Sydney Morning Herald, pg 16, 4 Nov
2003   Desert Inspires Catriona, Alice Burton, NT News, 1st July, pg 16
2002   Longshore Drift, Emma Safe, LOCWS INTERNATIONAL, pg 20
2001   Passage, Sue Richter, Eyeline, NO 45, Autumn/ Winter, pg 54
2001   New Media Arts the Nxt Wave, Mary Jane Overall, Real Time, NO.44
2000   Hottest Gallery in the World, Cath Bowdler, 24HR Art Publication
1999   Sensuality takes the Prize, Benjamin Genocchio, The Australian, 16 April
1999   Gills, Nick Tsoutas, Artspace, Issue no .82, September
1998   Scaffold, Nick Tsoutas, Artspace, Issue no 72, Aug/ Sept

Alice Springs Art Foundation Art Collection
Charles Darwin University Art Collection
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
University of Wollongong Art Collection
Private Collections in Darwin, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Wollongong and The Netherlands