Associate Professor Carole Wilson’s art utilises discarded and salvaged materials, maps and atlases to engage with aspects of botany, the environment, garden history, travel and historical ornament. Dr Wilson was a founding member of Melbourne feminist poster collective, Jillposters.
Carole exhibits her work regularly and is selected in curated exhibitions nationally and internationally. Her work is represented in public art collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Powerhouse Museum, State Library of Victoria and regional and university galleries. She has undertaken residencies in Italy, the US, Malaysia and The Netherlands and her posters are in museum collections in Finland, the Czech Republic, Russia and Poland.
Carole is Associate Professor in Visual Arts and Deputy Dean in the School of Arts at Federation University Australia. She is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Art Gallery of Ballarat and supervises doctoral and Masters candidates in the visual arts.
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Bird Atlas, Togarth Contemporary Art Award 2013
Scala, Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Gathering, Territory Time Exhibition
Mrs Darwin's Garden
'Contained Worlds' Exhibition