Catriona Stanton

Exhibition opening at Articulate Project Space

January 24, 2018

“The line between us”
dimensions variable

galvanised steel wire and enamel paint

Fencing wire is folded and stitched to form containers of air that scale the stairs. These vessels bring into question what divides what is within from what is without.


FERRET is Articulate’s third project that presents the exhibition as a site determined as much by changing artwork as by architecture and location. It does this by intermingling works by two different groups of each week—incoming artists install in a site shaped partly by works continuing from the previous week and the gaps left by outgoing works. It is planned as a slow progressive artists’ dance in which each show is one step, and in which the whole is understood through a mixture of observing and remembering.

Wollongong Bicentennial Acquisitive Sculpture Award

October 13, 2015

Catriona Stanton’s submission “The Clearing” was accepted into the Wolloexhibition will be held in Wollongong Botanic Garden from 12-28 March 2016, and provides an opportunity for Artists to showcase their work in a beautiful and unique setting.
An acquisitive award of $30,000 will be given to one entrant, and a people’s choice award of $3000 will also be available.
Wollongong City Council is particularly interested in exhibiting sculptures that celebrate and respond to the theme: Illawarra 200 – Shared Values, Shared Future. Artists have been invited to approach the theme in a representational, symbolic or abstract way.
For more information on the commemoration of the bicentenary of European settlement in the Illawarra, visit the Illawarra 200 page.

Art for Refugees

October 13, 2015

8 November at 15:00–18:00

Black Lotus Studios: yoga and natural therapies, Sydney
up on the first floor cnr Gladstone & Wilford St Enmore, Sydney, Australia 2042

Black Lotus Studios presents


a fundraiser exhibition, in support of the Syrian refugee crisis.

with artworks donated by leading Australian contemporary artists, including: Zoe Ali / Christos Tsiolkas, Lisa Andrew, Daniel Argyle, Hany Armanious, Lynne Barwick, Kate Beynon, Cathy Blanchflower, Mishka Borowski, Carla Cescon, Melissa Coote, Linda Dement, Michele Elliot, Sarah Goffman, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Elise Harmsen, Anna-Wili Highfield, Adrian Hobbs, Raafat Ishak, Jack Jensen, Anna John, David Jolly, Melanie Khava, Derek Kreckler, Lindy Lee, Maria Madeira/Victor De Sousa/Narelle Jubelin/Fiona MacDonald, Fleur MacDonald, Prudence Murphy, Nell, Tomislav Nikolic, Rose Nolan, Raquel Ormella, Luke Parker, Sue Pedley, Elizabeth Pulie, Marisa Purcell, Stephen Ralph, Paul Saint, Mahmoud Salameh, Nicholas Samartis, Sangeeta Sandrasegar, Kurt Sorensen, Catriona Stanton, Nick Strike, and Justene Williams.

100% of sales from the fundraiser will be donated to:
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). You can read more about the organisation, and how the funds are used to help refugees, here:

Artist In Residence at University of Wollongong

August 26, 2014






In Semester 2 of 2014 Catriona Stanton will be in residence at The University of Wollongong UOW in The School of Arts, English and Media.  The Artists in Residence program provides staff and students with excellent opportunities to work and study with national and international artists and media practitioners in a vibrant research culture with significant potential for interdisciplinary and cross-artform collaboration. UOW has hosted visiting artists and fellows from many countries including North America, Mexico, Scotland, India, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, France, New Zealand and Turkey. Visiting artists and fellows participate in teaching programs and postgraduate seminars and often undertake collaborative projects with students.

This program offers opportunities for creative researchers to spend time in the school to work on their research and to collaborate with other researchers.

The residency will enable Stanton to develop a new body of work combines Hindi kitsch paraphernalia with elemental natural forms gathered in the Illawarra Coastal bush. The work is a fusion of the quasi spiritual and the banal, the fantastic and the ordinary as natural and artificial materials interweave to form a personal lexicon of belonging. This work evolves out of a collaboration with Anne Ooms, Echo, in which I responded sculpturally to Ooms drawings in an intuitive and non prescriptive manner.

Global Village – Kulturhuset Bronden, Denmark

August 26, 2014


The Global Village exhibition tours to Denmark where it will feature at Kulturhuset Bronden. The Global Village programme at Kulturhuset Bronden includes:
7 Aug. 2014 BBQ for artists and local inhabitants at Bar 13
8 Aug. 2014 17:00-20:30 Opening GV2014 with jazz/bluez band
9 Aug 2014 16:00-17:00 artists meet 2 Danish curators and
workshops for children, teenagers and grown-ups
13 Sept. 2014 exhibition ends + BBQ for artists at Bar 13