27 SEPT - 1 OCT 2018

Emerging curator Nanette Orly will utilise her time in residence at The Lock-Up for install for the exhibition FULL CIRCLE, as well as participate in the Critical Animals Symposium artist talk on this exhibition


27 SEPT - 1 OCT 2018

Nanette Orly is an emerging curator based in Sydney. Her curatorial practice is deeply engaged with themes surrounding identity development, cultural histories and offering alternative perceptions of contemporary society. 

Drawn to fine techniques and research-based practices to form interdisciplinary group or collaborative exhibition concepts, Orly has curated exhibitions in a number of galleries across Sydney. She is Co-Director of artist run initiative Cold Cuts in Petersham and a participant in this year’s 4A Curator’s Intensive program. In 2018, she will complete her Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership at UNSW Art & Design.

Orly was selected via a public call out for the opportunity to curate the Critical Animals Symposium exhibition at The Lock-Up. It is both the Critical Animals and The Lock-Up's aim to encourage and elevate emerging artists and curators to reflect on the Critical Animal Symposium themes through contemporary arts practice and to open up the opportunity for this curator to participate in residencies through The Lock-Up’s nationally regarded Artist in Residence Program.