Peta Clancy

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Peta Clancy's selected solo exhibitions have been included at Performance Space, Sydney (in collaboration with Helen Pynor) (2011); Dominik Mersch Gallery (2009 and 2007), Sydney; Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (2007); Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, UK (2005); Platform Public Contemporary Art Spaces (2001); Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Studio 12 (1997); and Centre for Contemporary Photography (1995). Clancy's selected group exhibitions include Controversy: The Power of Art, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (2012) and Imagining the Everyday, Pingyao International Photography Festival, China (2010).

In 2012 Clancy and Pynor were awarded an honorary mention in the 2012 Prix Ars Electronica in Austria for their ambitious exhibition project The Body is a Big Place commissioned by Performance Space. Furthermore, they have been awarded an ANAT Synapse Art/Science Residency Grant to undertake a four-month residency at St. Vincent's hospital, Sydney in 2012. Clancy's artwork has been published in andlsquo;Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art' by Ingeborg Reichle and andlsquo;Look: Contemporary Australian Photography Since 1980' by Anne Marsh. Articles about her work have featured in the contemporary art journals: Artlink, Eyeline, Photofile, RealTime, Asian Art News and a front cover article in Australian Art Collector (2007). She has undertaken commissions at the Australian Museum and the 2006 Mozart Festival in Salzburg, Austria.

PhD, Monash; MFA, RMIT; and BFA, RMIT.