All time is now-time
2016 PhD, University of Wollongong, Australia
The Trace of An Affective Object Encounter: a picture postcard, its provocations, and processual becomings — http://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/4725/
Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA), National Art School, Sydney
Bachelor of Science (Hons. 1; Terrestrial and Freshwater Ecology), James Cook University, Australia. University Medal, Biological Sciences. BSc: Marine Biology (Marine Zoology major).
A SHELF FROM THE MORE-THAN-HUMAN ANTHROPOCENE LIBRARY:
Boscacci, L 2019, ‘Hard Data, Soft Data,’ Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language, vol.9, no.1, p117. https://ro.ecu.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1330&context=landscapes
Boscacci, L 2019, “Ecologising Affect and Atmosphere in the Anthropocene: Dear Rachel,” in Susan Ballard, Louise Boscacci, David Carlin, Anne Collett, Eva Hampel, Lucas Ihlein, Jo Law, Joshua Lobb, Jade Kennedy, Teodor Mitew, Catherine McKinnon, Jo Stirling, Kim Williams, [The MECO Network], 100 Atmospheres: Studies in Scale and Wonder, London: Open Humanities Press, 2019. http://www.openhumanitiespress.org/books/titles/one-hundred-atmospheres/
Louise Boscacci with Susan Ballard, David Carlin, Anne Collett, Eva Hampel, Lucas Ihlein, Jo Law, Joshua Lobb, Jade Kennedy, Teodor Mitew, Catherine McKinnon, Jo Stirling, Kim Williams, [The MECO Network], 100 Atmospheres: Studies in Scale and Wonder, London: Open Humanities Press, 2019. http://www.openhumanitiespress.org/books/titles/one-hundred-atmospheres/
Boscacci, L 2018, ‘Wit(h)nessing’, Environmental Humanities, vol.10, no.1, pp343–347. DOI: 10.1215/22011919-4385617.
Boscacci, L 2018 ‘After the Cyclone,’ Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment, vol.9, no.1 (Spring), pp144–145.
Boscacci, L & Newling, P 2019 [in press], ‘Call and Response Writing on Water’, in C Rouliere (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference – H2O: Life and Death, J. M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia, 5–7 September 2017.
Boscacci, L 2016, ‘Ways to Cross Country: On “Thinking Landscape”’, Material Ecologies Research Network/ MECO blog, 30 October 2016, http://www.uowblogs.com/meco/2016/10/30/ways-to-cross-country-a-response-to-thinking-landscape/
Boscacci, L 2016, ‘A-bodied: How to Make a River Bowl’, Yarrobil, issue 3, pp. 15–22.
Boscacci, L 2015, ‘The Archive in Contemporary Art: a literature review’, International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, vol. 3, no. 8, pp. 1–8.
Boscacci, L 2014, ‘Cicada Waterfall: A Still-moving Collaboration between Louise Boscacci and Elisabeth Cummings, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, vol. 53, no.3, pp. 23–25. [See also: http://issuu.com/kingstreetgallery/docs/cummings-low_res_version/3?e=5022990/8508743].
Boscacci, L 2013, ‘Pulse-Pause: Exploring Eco-ethical Aesthetics in the Shadow Places’, in Curtis, D & Aguilar, L (eds), Linking Art and the Environment: Proceedings of the First EcoArts Australis Conference, 12-13 May 2013, Wollongong, NSW, EcoArts Australis Inc, Wollongong AU.
Acme Studios (ed.), 2012. Time and Vision: Twenty Years of Artist Residencies in London. Acme Studios International Residencies Programme and Australia Council for the Arts, London.
Ballard, Brett 2009, ‘Louise Boscacci: Form and Idea.’ Ceramics: Art and Perception, vol. 74 (Feb), pp. 41–45 ☛
EXHIBITIONS: 13 solo, 51 group exhibitions—material, visual, sonic
2017 Tell me about the wind, King Street Gallery on William, Sydney, 26 April – 20 May.
2017 Postcards from the Anthropocene: Unsettling the Geopolitics of Representation,University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland (June).
2017 water objects – echoes: Louise Boscacci and Toni Warburton, The Cross Art Projects Sydney, March 11 – April 8.
2016 Dark Forms, National Gallery of Australia: a curated exhibition by Dr Robert Bell from the Australian Decorative Arts and Design Collection, 13 November 2015 – 12 August 2016.
2012 Archive Place (Twilight), Hope Gallery, University of Wollongong, AU, 3–10 September 2012.
2008 Solastalgia is a new word, I hear, in: Australian Ceramics Stories, Dubbo Regional Art Gallery – The Armati Bequest, Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo Australia, 5 April – 18 May 2008. Curator (National Group Exhibition): Dr Julia Jones.
Australia Council London Studio (Visual Arts Board), 2009-2010
COLLECTIONS: National Gallery of Australia (first 2002); University of New South Wales Art Collection (commission); Newcastle Region Art Gallery NSW; Campbelltown Art Centre NSW; National Art School Sydney; Wollongong University Art Collection; private collections USA, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia.