Annette Iggulden

Annette Iggulden has exhibited extensively in galleries throughout Australia. Her work is represented in major Australian collections and at the Victoria & Albert Museum in the U. K. Her doctoral exegesis, Women’s Silence: In the Space of Words and Images (2002), is held in the Research Libraries of The TATE (UK), the National Gallery of Australia and other major state libraries. She has been awarded several artist residencies in Australia and overseas. Annette is represented by Watters Gallery.

Re-inscriptions of ‘Aus-lan’

SoundscapesWe relate strongly to the way women have, throughout the centuries, found alternative avenues for their voices using different aesthetic forms. Our interest is with words, images, the interplay of verbal and visual languages in art, the role of words as images and the state of ‘silence’ created by cryptic or unintelligible scripts.

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