Professor Pat Hoffie

Professor Pat Hoffie is a visual artist who has worked extensively in the Asia-Pacific region for the past three decades. A monograph on her work, Fully Exploited Labour (ed. Sally Butler) was published by the University of Queensland Art Gallery in 2008. She has exhibited regularly as a visual artist for over four decades and her work is included in a number of important collections and survey exhibitions of contemporary Australian art in Australia and overseas.

Her curatorial projects have involved international collaborations with artists from the Asia-Pacific region and include work with The Baguio Arts Festivals, Philippines; ARX (Perth); Art and Human Rights (Canberra); Future Tense (Brisbane), The Second and Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (Brisbane), and Figuring Landscapes (Tate Modern, London, touring Britain and Australia). She has also led a number of collaborative research projects including Art and Human Rights, QPACifika, The Peel Island Artists’ Residencies and Planet Ueno (Tokyo/Brisbane). She has been the recipient of awards and residencies and has also contributed to the establishment of artists’ residencies in Australia and overseas. Internationally recognised as a curator, researcher and writer, she is a regular contributor to journals, magazines and newspapers is currently an Adjunct Professor at Queensland College of Art, and was appointed the UNESCO Orbicom Chair in Communications by Griffith University.

More details of Prof Pat Hoffie’s publications and research profile can be found on Griffith's Research Hub.

 

Keywords:

Exploited labour
Post-colonial
Political art

 

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