Toni Warburton

Biography

Toni Warburton is an artist, educator, writer and curator whose primary discipline is ceramics and installation amplified by drawing, photography, writing and body actions.

Her work is informed by social, ecological and aesthetic interactions between living creatures and place. She examines poetic and pragmatic human interactions with  landscape processes and the impacts of technological change within a historical continuum that encompasses indigenous foraging traditions, gardening, mining, urban, suburban and industrial practices.

She maintains a ceramics studio and lectures, writes and teaches about contemporary ceramics practices and the traditions and contexts that inform them.

EDUCATION

2000 Master of Visual Arts, Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, Sydney

1995 Post Technician’s Certificate(5453) in Ceramics Glaze and Clay Formulation (credit), National Art School East Sydney Technical College

1970-1973 Diploma of Art Education, National Art School and Alexander Mackie College, Sydney

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018 Messages from the Bays, Mu Gallery, Sydney

2012 Eye of Horus retrieval project, Articulate Project Space, Sydney

2006 lookout, Mori Gallery, Sydney

2003 kiosk, Mori Gallery, Sydney

2001 Catchment, a field of beakers for Saint Hedwig of Silesia & Wingecarribee Swamp, Mori Gallery, Sydney

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018 Platform 18, curated by Tess de Quincy Linda Luke and Marcus Whale, Articulate Project Space, Sydney

2017 BOAT, curator and exhibited artist, ARTICULATEUPSTAIRS

2017 Platform 17, curated by Tess de Quincy Linda Luke and Marcus Whale, Articulate Project Space, Sydney

2017 water objects – echoes: Louise Boscacci and Toni Warburton, Cross Arts Projects, Sydney

2016 Objects in Space Artists in the Garden, curator Glen Barkley, Peacock Gallery, Auburn Arts Studio, Auburn, NSW

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