Danielle Freakley

Danielle Freakley, Untitled, 2014. Photo courtesy of the artist

Danielle Freakley, Untitled, 2014. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Danielle Freakley, Untitled, 2014. Photo courtesy of the artist

Danielle Freakley (b.1982, Perth, Australia) lives between Melbourne and Perth in Australia. She spoke through referenced quotations in daily life for three years. She also lived as a human art gallery, called Artist Running Space, exhibiting other artists work on her body (in her gallery suit) in locations complementing their works. The locations included snake temples, S&M clubs, snowy mountains, the set of the Australian TV show Neighbours, and men’s public toilets.

She is a first selection finalist for the Arsenale of Venice - Arte Laguna Prize (2016); partaking in a New York residency, supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, and with Biruchiy in Ukraine (2016); Some other shows include: Arte Moris Art Space, Dili, East Timor (2014); MCA, with Mark Hostler representing the USA band/collective Negativland, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia (2013); Performa, Performance Art Biennale of New York, New York, USA (2009); and National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (2008). She has exhibited works in numerous group exhibitions in the San Francisco International Arts Festival (2016); the Incinerator Gallery, Melbourne, Australia (2015); Juliette Jongma Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2014); Triennial of Extended Media, ULUS Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia (2013); Auckland Triennial, Stark White Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (2013); and Kuala Lumpur Triennial, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2009).