Central Queensland University
Ulrike Sturm, BA (USyd), DipLaw (LPAB NSW), BVisArts (USyd), MFA (USyd), is a practising visual artist and teaches Creative Industies and Digital Media at Central Queensland University (Noosa campus) where she is also a current PhD candidate. She was recipient of the Graduate Scholar Award at the 'On The Image' conference at the Freie Universität Berlin in 2014. Her doctoral research focuses on autobiographical visual narratives with a focus on Papua New Guinean artist Mathias Kauage.
ArticlesAs a visual artist, the kitchen has often been the “centre of my home” in a sense that goes beyond the cliché. Over the years I have lived in more than my fair share of tiny houses or apartments where the kitchen has also become my art studio as limited financial resources as well as the needs of my children prevented me from renting a separate studio space. In these kitchen studios, I...Read more
ArticlesIntroduction The exhibition of an artist’s work is traditionally accepted as representing the final stage of the creative process (Staniszewski). This article asks, however, whether this traditional view can be reassessed so that the curatorial practice of mounting...Read more