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Anne Scott Wilson's body of work encompasses video, photography, sculpture and painting, delving into themes of memory, motion, and imagination. With a foundation in ballet, she uses her own body as an experimental site to explore the relationship between death and embodiment, light and motion, and the yearning for something more.
Wilson's works are part of both public and private collections in Australia and internationally. Until 2023 (at Conny’s passing), she was represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery in Sydney, Hong Kong, and Cologne. She currently works as Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University, maintaining an active practice and research profile.
Her moving image work has been featured in the Rotterdam International Film Festival, Athens Film Festival, and Melbourne Urban Screens Festival. She has been a finalist in the Bowness Photography Prize, the Substation Contemporary Art Prize, the Blake Prize, and the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Prize. She is the recipient of the Carstairs Bundanon artist residency and her work has been included in exhibitions curated by Asialink and Experimenta, such as the Asia Pacific Biennal ‘Gravity’ in Singapore, 'Selectively Revealed' touring Asia, and the 40th Anniversary of ARS Electronica in Linz, Austria. She has also served as a guest curator at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in Melbourne and curated exhibitions including ‘Finitude’ at the University of Tasmania in 2015 and 'Sounding Histories' at the Seafarers Mission, Melbourne in 2017. Additionally, she has collaborated with ARS Electronica and the Public Art Commission.
Her collections include Art Bank Australia, the Australian Video Art Archive, Monash University, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, and private collections throughout Australia and Asia.
She holds a PhD from the Faculty of Art and Design at Monash University.
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