Curatorial Lab 2019 at SCA galleries

 Lucent Encounters video projection loop by Bernadette Smith. Photo by Ian Hobbs.

Encounters with Self and Other installation by Bernadette Smith. Photo by Ian Hobbs.

USYD Curatorial Lab 2018

                                USYD Curatorial Lab 2018 curated by Amber Fu and Danyi Yang 

Pilgrim's Progress at Harbour Sculpture Prize 2017

Pilgrim's Progress by Bernadette Smith and Dr Mark Elliot-Ranken at the Harbour Sculpture Prize. When people believed the Earth was flat sailors thought if they sailed beyond the known sea they could fall off the edge of the world. This collaborative mixed-media work honours the brave seafarers from many cultures, both Pacific and European who ventured across unknown oceans to reach new lands.

Point of Departure at Art Crawl during Orientation Week 2017

Above an installation by Bernadette Smith and Dr Mark Elliot-Ranken at the University of Sydney and below intervention by Bernadette Smith

'Shopping for Human Rights' intervention

Sawmiller's Sculpture prize

Bernadette Smith and Dr Mark Elliot-Ranken proposal for Sawmiller's Sculpture prize, McMahon's Point and below detail of selected Work in September 2016

Redfern Biennale for Art Month Sydney 2016

My temporal guerrilla art intervention at the Redfern Biennale which included 'readymades, sculpture, multi media, new media, painting, found object, anything and everything placed along Walker Street, Redfern between Cooper and Redfern Streets'.

Vanishing Shore at Crown Street Mall Wollongong part of Nocturnal Arts 2016

Bernadette Smith and Mark Elliot-Ranken transform the exterior of a Wesley sandstone church into 'Vanishing Shore' a Climate Change performance/installation at Wollongong's Nocturnal Arts Festival when the sun goes down on the 25th, 26th and 27th February and the 3rd, 4th and 5th March 2016.

It was created for Wollongong Council's 2016 Nocturnal Arts Festival outside Wesley Church in Crown Street Mall and brings together scientific, political and religious thoughts about climate change and water security. 

Passersby were given an apocalyptic vision of a precarious world with unsafe drinking water, compromised food supply and ocean inundation based on actual data modelling. Performed by Bernadette Smith and Mark Elliot-Ranken. Created by artist Bernadette Smith. 'Vanishing Shore' at Nocturnal Arts Festival trailer link here.

 detail from "Vanishing Shore' installation at Wollongong's 2016 Nocturnal Arts Festival