Sound & Vision
QAGOMA, Great Art Debate: Classical vs Contemporary, virtual debate, recorded Sunday 15 August 2021, in conjunction with the exhibition ‘European Masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York’, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in collaboration with the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art and Art Exhibitions Australia. Art historians Dr Louise R Mayhew and Mary McGillivray battle it out to detremine which is superior – classical or comtemporary art? Eventual winner Dr Mayhew cities Michelle Vine’s work (at approx. the 43 min mark) as evidence for the repatriative healing power of contemporary art in section two on ‘the mind’.
ABC Radio National, The Art Show with Namila Benson, Wed 1 April 2020, host Namila Benson interviews Michelle Vine about touch and her art practice in the era of isolation and social distancing. Link to broadcast
Michelle Vine sits down with Jonathan O’Brien during her residency at House Conspiracy, Brisbane, to talk about empathic embrace, collaboration, and her artistic practice, January 2018. Link to podcast
Texts & Press
Draw(ing) Thread, exhibition essay by Dr Louise Mayhew for Drawn Thread: Fifty years of Feminism and Fibre, group show, Artisan Brisbane, 5 December 2020 -13 February 2021.
PICA presents its newest batch of ‘hatchlings’, Art Almanac, 27 August 2020
Art Graduates selected for National Exhibition, Griffith News, Louise Crossen, July 7, 2020
PICA will re-open its doors with Hatched 2020, Dance Informa, July 2020
Permission for self-care, Seesaw Magazine, Jaimi Wright, 21 July 2020
ICYMI: The week’s top news in the arts, Arts Hub, Jun 26 2020
Artists connect with Audiences from home, Griffith News, Louise Crossen, May 19, 2020
Michelle Vine: Contested Biography, Art Almanac, March 27 2020
Artists hatch their visions, Eastern reporter, March 12, 2020, p.14
Quadrat, Exhibition Catalogue, duo show with Jeanette Stok, Logan Art Gallery, Logan QLD (20 June – 27 July 2019); essays by Dr Amy Brinkman and Associate Professor Gunnar Mikelsen-Kvifte.
Surrogates for Social Touch, Exhibition catalogue, solo show, Project Gallery, Brisbane (16 – 26 May 2018); essays by Dr Luke Jaaniste and Dr Chris Bennie
Quadrat: Art at Play Within and Across Boundaries of Knowledge, Catalogue Essay for Quadrat by Dr Amy Brinkman, duo show with Jeanette Stok, POP Gallery, Brisbane (25 January – 12 February 2017)
The Parade of Planets, Catalogue Essay by Erica Scott, Sculpture 16, as part of Shortlist, QCA Graduate Showcase, Brisbane, QLD (24-27 November 2017)
Michelle Vine, Please don’t touch the artworks: an exploration of touch in contemporary installation practice, 2019.
Honours Thesis, submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree of Bachelor of Fine Art with Honours, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane Australia. Supervisor: Associate Professor Rosemary Hawker