Athene Currie

Dr. Athene Currie recently graduated with a PhD from Queensland College of Art (QCA), Griffith University, Australia. Athene’s arts practice began in New Zealand where she trained in photography, stage and screen performance. Athene attended the National Art School in Sydney and achieved a BA with Honour’s in Photography at QCA. Her short film Water/milk (2000) was a finalist in the Pacific Film and Television New Film Makers Awards and recently acquired by Griffith Art Museum, Brisbane. The studio outcomes for Performing the Transformative are the live performance Suitcase (2021) and an installation of video works screened at QCA Galleries. Dr Currie is a teacher of Visual Art and is currently writing for publication on the theme of Menopause and {I}: Posthumanism, Eco Feminism and Bodily Ego.

PDF of Dr. Currie’s work here.

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