Lyndal Jones

Lyndal Jones is an artist who focuses on context, place and empowerment through long-term feminist projects involving performance and video installation. Her works have been shown in major exhibitions throughout Australia, Europe, Asia and the U.S. since 1977 including the Venice Biennale where she represented Australia in 2001.

The Avoca Project, her current artwork, began in 2005 from a derelict old house in central Victoria as an address to the politics of a more interdependent ecology in the face of climate change. Since then, Watford House itself has been both site and subject of exhibitions, residencies and workshops that involve national/international artists and academics often working with local residents.

Jones was Professor of Contemporary Art in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University from 2005 – 2016. She has recently resumed full-time work as an artist.

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