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2016   PhD, University of Wollongong, Australia

The Trace of An Affective Object Encounter: a picture postcard, its provocations, and processual becomings 

2000    Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), National Art School, Sydney

1983    Bachelor of Science (Hons. 1; Terrestrial Ecology), James Cook University, Australia. BSc: Marine Zoology, Zoology majors.

Recent work

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.

Five from the Library:

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 VisionTwenty 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