Bio / Contact

 

caitlinyardley@hotmail.com

b. 1984 Ballarat, Australia.
Lives and works in London, UK

Education

2012  MFA (Arts Practice), Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
2007  Masters (Visual Arts), Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
2004  Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts), Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

Exhibitions / Screenings / Projects

2017
Mobile Composition, (solo) Maison Louis Carré with Association Alvar Aalto, Paris
Exterior A, (screening) Alvar Aalto – Art & the Modern Form Conference, Ateneum, Helsinki
The Surface as Site: Exterior A, Oxford Artistic and Practice Based Research Platform, Issue 1: Sites of Research

2016
The Legacy Complex, (screening) with 0s+1s, Malongen/ Nordic Art Association, Stockholm

2015
Epic Narratives, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Australia
Medium, curated by Gemma Weston, Moana Project Space, Perth

2014
One way return, Peter Von Kant, London
Studio A (screening), Curating Design Symposium, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Tavern with Pendant A110 (screening), Sunday Reed, London

2013
Open Cube, curated by Adriano Pedrosa for White Cube Mason’s Yard, London

2012
Peripheral Orbit, (solo) Acme International Studio, London
Changing direction after entering at an angle, Goldsmiths, University of London

2011
An Intimate Distance, (solo) Venn Project Space, Perth
Death & Co. commissioned for the City of Perth
Seven Bodies, (solo) Free Range, Perth
Mine Own Executioner, Mundaring Arts Centre, Perth
Staffroom, The Moores Building Contemporary Art Space, Fremantle

2010
Two Women, (solo) Alda’s Gallery and Project Space, Perth
Wallpaper, Central Institute of Technology, Perth
Sculpture Survey, Noosa Regional Gallery, Tewantin

2009
The Visit, (solo) Free Range, Perth
Spill: The Insistent Body, (solo) Heathcote Museum & Gallery, Perth

2008
Sir Charles Gairdner Invitation Award, Central Institute of Technology, Perth

2007
I Am Nature, (solo) Artsource International Residency Studio, Fremantle
Bankwest Contemporary Art Prize, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth

2006
Pour, (solo) Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
Western Australian Contemporary Art, Andara Gallery, Jakarta

2005
Ritual and Devotion, Breathing Space, Edith Cowan University, Perth

Residencies / Awards

2016
Artists’ International Development Fund, British Council & Arts Council England, UK
Arts Projects Grant, Australia Council for the Arts, Sydney

2013
Research Residency, Alvar Aalto Foundation, Helsinki
New Work Grant, Australia Council for the Arts, Sydney

2012
International Associate Artist Residency, Acme, London
Arts Fellowship, Western Australian Department of Culture & the Arts

2011
International Post Graduate Scholarship, Goldsmiths, University of London
Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant, Ian Potter Foundation, Melbourne
Australia Cultural Fund, Australian Business Arts Foundation, Melbourne

2009
Artist in Residence, Heathcote Museum & Gallery, Perth

2008
Project Development Grant, Western Australian Department of Culture & the Arts

2006
Special Projects and Arts Flight, ArtsWA, Perth

2005
New Concepts Grant, ArtsWA, Perth
Studio Residency, Artsource, Fremantle

Bibliography

2015
Gemma Weston, Medium. Catalogue essay, Moana Project Space, Perth

2014
Katrina Schwarz, One Way. Catalogue essay for Peter von Kant, London
100 Painters of Tomorrow, Thames and Hudson, London
Leigh Robb, Critics Choice, Australian Art Collector, Issue 69

2013
Adriano Pedrosa, interview. Open Cube catalogue, White Cube, London
Ben Luke, Open Cube, London Evening Standard, July 24
Nicholas Forrest, Caitlin Yardley, Blouin Art Info, July 17

2011
Christopher Crouch, An Intimate Distance, exhibition text, Venn Gallery

2010
Nien Schwarz, Wallpaper. Artlink, vol 30 no. 3, September

2009
Nicola Kaye, The insistent body. Artlink, vol 29 no. 2, June
Christopher Crouch, To imagine a world of order is just to imagine. Catalogue essay.
Ric Spencer, The West Australian, Fri, March 27, p. 7.

2007
Nicola Kaye, The visceral and the fluid: a reconfiguring. Artsource, Australia

2006
Paul Uhlmann, Pour. Catalogue essay, Fremantle Arts Centre, Australia

Collections

Australia Place Syndicate; City of Melville; Edith Cowan University; Saint John of God Hospital; Wesfarmers; Private collections in Australia, Indonesia, Portugal, UK