DR Cate Consandine

DR Cate Consandine




  • Cate Consandine works across a wide range of formal and discursive practices, including sculpture and spatial practice, video and performance. Her research interrogates the body in the Australian landscape, and its condition in relation to the physiological and psychoanalytic elaborations of space and its emotion.

    Consandine has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1999. Solo exhibitions include Candy Cane at Gertrude Contemporary 2006, Cold Cut, Eye-Stalk at Heide Museum of Modern Art 2006, Colony at Sarah Scout Presents 2010, and Cut Colony, at the Contemporary Projects Gallery, Art Gallery of NSW 2012. Consandine has presented major collaborative projects including Wayfinder at Conical with Sound Designer Nick Murray 2003, The Missing at Conical with Stephen Garrett 2011, and the set design for In-Finite, a choreographic work by Joshua Consandine presented as part of the Australian Ballet’s Bodytorque Season, Sydney Theatre Warf 2013. Curated exhibitions include Without Words: Photography and Emotion at the (CCP) Centre for Contemporary Photography 2011. International exhibitions include LOOP 08 at the International Festival & Fair for Video Art in Barcelona 2008, Contemporary Australian Video at the (ICA) Institute of Contemporary Arts in London 2008, Bibibibodibiboo Exposition international d’art actuel, Biennale of Art in Reunion Island 2009 and in 2014, Vertigo, an Asialink Arts and BLINDSIDE touring exhibition staged at Galeri Soemardja in Indonesia, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Taiwan, and the POSCO Art Gallery in South Korea. In 2002-2004 Consandine was the recipient of a Gertrude Studio Residency.

    Cate Consandine is a Lecturer in Sculpture and Spatial Practice in the School of Art. She received a PhD from Monash University in 2015, and is currently represented by Sarah Scout in Melbourne.   




Investigator on

  • Grant

    • Dead Ringer Rosie (Grants for Individuals and Groups)  awarded by AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS 2018 - 2019

Additional Grant Information

  • 2015 - Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Projects For Individuals
    2015 - Faculty Small Grant Scheme, University of Melbourne
    2012 - Monash Faculty Creative Work Grant, Monash University
    2011 - Australia Council for the Arts, Established New Work Grant
    2010 - Arts Victoria, Arts Development Creation Grant
    2006 - Australia Council for the Arts, Emerging Artist New Work Grant   


Education and training

  • PHD, Monash University 2015
  • BAHONS, University of Sydney 2001
  • BA, Victorian College of the Arts 2000
  • GRAD CERT, University of Technology Sydney 1997
  • BA, University of New South Wales 1993

Awards and honors

  • Early Career Development Fellowship, ECDF, Monash University, 2011
  • Monash Graduate Research Scholarship, MGRS, Monash University, 2006


Available for supervision

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