II. ACADEMIC CV
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|2004 – 09
||Ph.D., Harvard University, Department of History of Art and Architecture. Dissertation Topic: Imaging Nation: The Resilience of Indigenous Australian Art and its Colonial Representation.
M.A., Harvard University, Department of History of Art and Architecture. Qualifying Paper: Space to Wonder at Incommensurable Curiosities: The Colonial Phenomenology of Recombinant Hybridity.
|2002 – 04
||B.F.A., Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Conceptual Art master class with minor in ancient Greek Philology. Final project: Living Monuments / Insert New Image Here.
|2000 – 03
||B.A., with Honours, La Trobe University, German and Art History. Thesis Topic: Re-membering in the Age of Reason: Johann Joachim Winckelmann’s Theory of Imitation, Ekphrasis, and Duality.
||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow (Humboldt University of Berlin)
||British Academy & Royal Society Newton Fellow (University of Cambridge)
||Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Lecturer
Prizes and Fellowships awarded
||University College London Centre for the Study of Contemporary Art Award
||Marrakech Biennale commission
||Arts Victoria Creative Development Grant (for Look Exhibition film production, Melbourne and UK)
||Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, research grant (Humboldt Universität
||Frank Knox Fellowship to Harvard University
||Getty Research Institute Fellowship, CIHA Melbourne
||Pembroke College, Associate Scholar, University of Cambridge
||Jan Westengarde Research Scholarship, UK
||LEF Foundation of New England Art Grant
||Arthur Kingsley Porter Traveling Fellowship (to fieldwork in Australia and archives in Europe)
||Austrade Los Angeles Australian Art Mission (to 24 remote art centers)
||Wellcome Trust, Madness and Modernity project, Vienna (archival research, contributing to book, conference, and exhibition at the Wellcome and other venues since)
||Australian Research Council, On Space research project (Prof. Timothy Mehigan)
||David Myers Medal La Trobe University (for graduating with the top mark in the university)