Lost in Palm Springs: Curator’s Talk
In this curator presentation, Dr Greer Honeywill will outline the themes of the Lost in Palm Springs exhibition and provide insight into the development of its curation. In 2015 Dr Greer Honeywill undertook a research trip to Palm Springs, California to look at the mid-century modern architecture for which the desert city is famed. Inspired by what she found she went on to complete three artist residencies – 2017, 2018 and 2019 – the findings of which have become part of the touring exhibition, Lost in Palm Springs.
Greer Honeywill lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. She holds a PhD in Fine Art from Monash University (2003) for which she was awarded the Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal for academic excellence, and she holds a PhD in Art from the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania (2015).
Image detail: Portrait of Dr Greer Honeywill, 2019. Photographed by Roger Phillips, Profile Photographics