Jayne Dyer

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Australian artist Jayne Dyer is currently living in Beijing, developing projects for Asia, Europe and Australia. Her practice is multi-disciplined with an installation focus, featuring photographs, wall works and sculptural objects that combine the ready-made and the hand-made.

Extensive national and international exhibitions and awards include regular participation in curated exhibitions and projects in Asia and Australia; Australia Council for the Arts established artist new work grant (2008), residencies in Taiwan (Asialink, 2008), Hong Kong (Lingnan University, 2007), Paris, Cite (NAS/FONAS, 2005; AGNSW, 1999), Beijing (Asialink, 1996), and Italy (Monash University, 1991/2). Dyer was the commissioned artist for the 2006 and 2007 Sydney Writers Festival. Her work is regularly reviewed in art journals and books and is in public and private collections in Australia, China, Japan and England. In 2005 she received a Commonwealth of Australia PSM for contributions to the arts & education. Qualifications include an MA (research) & BFA Hons, RMIT University, Melbourne. Dyer is represented by King Street Gallery on William, Sydney and Uber Gallery, Melbourne.