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STUDIES

2009 – PhD, Australian National University, Centre for New Media Art.
1999 – Australian Network for Art & Technology Summer School.
1991/92 – MFA, University of NSW College of Fine Art.
1984/85 – Graduate Diploma, Sydney College of the Arts.
1981/83 – BA, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Co-founder/director (with Simon Barney) of SOUTH gallery, Sydney, 1998/00.
Lecturer, University of Western Sydney (Nepean) and University of NSW College of Fine Art, 1991/98.
Visiting lecturer, Canberra School of Art, 1992.
Lecturer, Sydney College of the Arts, 1985/86.

AWARDS

2008 Visual Arts and Craft Fund of the Australia Council (Project funding).
2007 ArtsACT (Project funding).
2001 Bundeskanzleramt – Kunstsektion, Vienna, Austria, Studio residency.
2001 Australian Network for Art and Technology (Conference and Workshop Fund).
2001 Times Up, Linz, Austria, Anchortronic Studio residency.
1999 NSW Ministry for the Arts (Travel grant).
1999 Artspace, Sydney. Studio residency.
1998 Visual Arts and Craft Fund of the Australia Council (Project funding).
1995 Visual Arts and Craft Board of the Australia Council (Project funding).
1990 Visual Arts and Craft Board of the Australia Council (Project funding).
1987 Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart. Studio residency.
1985 Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council (Project funding).

COLLECTIONS

Artbank.
Albury Regional Art Centre.
Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Australian National Gallery.
Griffith University, Qld.
National Gallery of Victoria.
Polaroid International Collection.

PUBLISHING

2003 Anchrtronic (DVD, Time’s Up/Staalplaat collaboration).
2000 Four Slow Girls (audio mini CD).
1999 Transits (audio compact disk).
1997 Gentle Hour Unsung (audio compact disk).
1996 Awaiting Room (audio compact disk).
1994 Slanting (artist’s book, ISBN 0 646-17646-3).
99/03 (http://www.haresbreath.com) But, four n rooms, the remains of lionel love.

SOLO AND COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITIONS

2012 RussianTea Room Gallery, Paris. Search and Rectify.
2010 School of Art Gallery, Canberra. myContrivance.
2009 School of Art Gallery, Canberra. liminalTransitions.
2008 Stills Gallery, Sydney. Naturalism08.
2008 Canberra Contemporary Art Space, resonantSites.
2007 Stills Gallery, Sydney. Searches for Road, Chris, Fog.
2004 Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney. fujiSummitResonator.
2002 64 Grundsteingasse, Vienna. Garden (with T. Latzel-Ochoa, K. Struber, U.Witzany).
2001 64 Grundsteingasse, Vienna. Hundezone (with Katharina Struber).
1997 Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney. Untitled, in Artists in the House, curated by Michael Goldberg.
1997 Artspace, Sydney. Grave of My Own Undressing.
1997 ACCA, Melbourne. Gentle Hour Unsung and Kid Glove Treatment.
1996 CBD Gallery, Sydney. Awaiting Room.
1996 Watch This Space, Alice Springs. The Kings New Dress (with Anita Fricek).
1996 Particle, Sydney. Band Width (with Martin Sims & Deborah Vaughan).
1994 Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney. Kid Glove Treatment.
1994 CBD Gallery, Sydney. Straight (with Anne Ooms).
1993 Artspace, Sydney. Untitled installation.
1993 Canberra Contemporary Art Space, ACT. Untitled installation.
1993 The Performance Space, Sydney. Between Three Sites.
1993 Selenium Gallery, Sydney. Between Three Sites.
1993 First Draft (West), Sydney. Between Three Sites.
1992 First Draft (West), Sydney. Untitled installation.
1992 The Foundry, Sydney. Untitled installation.
1991 Linden Gallery, Melbourne. Untitled.
1991 Victorian Centre for Photography, Melbourne. Untitled series 1990.
1990 Artspace, Sydney. (Chris Fortescue, Margaret Roberts, Wendy Howard).
1990 First Draft (West), Sydney. Redivider (with Anne Ooms).
1988 338 Pitt Street, Sydney. Untitled series 1988.
1988 Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart. Quintet.
1987 Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart. The Third Place (with Anne Ooms).
1987 Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney. Pupil of the Eye.
1986 First Draft, Sydney. Seeing Double (with Robyn Backen).
1984 The Performance Space, Sydney. Untitled.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2007 ACT Craft and Design Centre, Canberra, Settings.
2003 Galerie 54, Gothenburg, Sweden, Touchdown.
2003 Plug and Play, 16/03/03, London. Anchortronic presentation.
2003 Hiri Musikak, 08/03/03, San Sebastian. Anchortronic presentation.
2002 Kapu, 20/12/02, Linz. Anchortronic presentation.
2002 Steirischer Herbst, 24/11/02, Graz. Anchortronic presentation.
2001 Time’s Up Laboratories, 27/12/01, Linz. Anchortronic presentation.
2001 Stop.Spot! 27/10/01, Linz. Anchortronic presentation.
2001 Kampnagel K3, Hamburg. Sunburn (http://www.haresbreath.com/sunburn).
2000 Akademie der bildenden Künst, Vienna. Sydney!Vienna (http://www.thing.at/sydneyvienna).
1996 Test Strip, Auckland. Vertical Hole.
1996 Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Object of Existence.
1994 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. Ipso Photo.
1994 Annandale Galleries, Sydney. Bet Your Life Too.
1992 Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Signals.
1992 Darwin Contemporary Art Space.
1991 Art Gallery of NSW. Contemporary Colour.
1991 National Gallery of Victoria. A Constructed Reality.
1986 Art Gallery of New South Wales. In Full View.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Lesley Chow, Naturalism08, Photofile, No 85, Dec 08 – Mar 09.
Chris Gardener, interview online, December 1999 (http://www.haresbreath.com/fortescue/gardner.html).
Jacqueline Milner, catalogue essay, Grave of My Own Undressing. Artspace, April 1997.
Anita Fricek, catalogue essay, Gentle Hour Unsung. ACCA, March 1997.
John Forbes, Slanting. Agenda #36, May 1994.
Simon Barney, Daffy Duck’s End Game. Agenda #35, March 1994.
Graham Forsyth, Between 3 Sites. Art and Text #47, January 1994.
Abby Mellick, catalogue essay. Artspace, 1993.
Anne Ooms, Shopping and Solitude, catalogue essay. Foundry, 1992.
Stuart Koop, Recognition. Agenda #20-21, 1991.
Frazer Ward, Eyeline #7, December 1988.
David McDowell, Quintet. Photofile, Winter 1988.
Anne McDonald, Pupil of the Eye. Photofile, Winter 1987.
Paola Talbot, Seeing Double. Photofile, Autumn 1987.
David Broker, Looking Behind the Surface. Artlink Vol 7#1, 1987.
Martyn Jolly, catalogue essay, In Full View. Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1986.