Dr Katherine Moline
Above: Katherine Moline, Equipment for the Actual Complexities and Intricacies of String (2010-2011). Rubber, plastic, stainless steel; variable dimensions. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery
Above: Katherine Moline, Flying (2005). Aluminium and rubber laminate; two units, 1170 x 1200 x 30 cm installed. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Above: Soft Focus (2007). Mural project at Westmead Children’s Hospital, COFA graphics media design students led by Katherine Moline and Teena Clerke.
Above: Katherine Moline, Equipment for the Actual Complexities and Intricacies of String: Super Tube; Super Suction; Super String (2010-2011). Rubber, plastic, steel. COFASpace, Sydney. Photograph: Alison Groves, courtesy of Yuill
Above: Katherine Moline, How Art Made the World (2008). Neoprene; 190 x 20 cm, 45 x 45cm. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Above: Katherine Moline, Identity and Difference in Varying Proportions according to a Commercial Logic and Cascade Room (Patterns of Sensation)(2008). Neoprene; 80 x 380 cm; 300 x 300 cm. Installed in ‘Untitled’. Photograph: Glenn Wallace
Above: Saul Griffith and Selena Griffith, I-Cycle Bridge (2002). Flat pack bicycle with a polycarbonate frame; 100 x 120 x 50 cm.
Above: Katherine Moline, Culture Vultures (2005). Photograph: Sue Blackburn
Above: Jenny Sabin, Fourier Carpet 2006. Jacquard woven wool threads; 140 x 1100 cm. Installation view from ‘Connected: Experimental Design’ curated by Katherine Moline; Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW.
A series of experimental designs for a new mode of connectedness
Solo exhibition of Katherine Moline’s work at Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Work from Katherine Moline’s ‘Sugar Walls’ exhibition
Local and international design projects that explore the social pact of design in ‘real-world’ contexts
Group show at Ivan Dougherty Gallery, curated by Karina Clarke, featuring work by Katherine Moline
Dr Katherine Moline is a visual artist and design researcher. As a senior lecturer she coordinates Graphics Media and Honours projects in the School of Design Studies, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales. Her current research focuses on the convergences and differences between experimental practices in design and visual art. Her specific interest is the crossovers and distinctions between the two fields. She has presented her research into how designers resist and question the standards and norms of design discourse at conferences, in journals, and exhibitions she has curated.
Research areas for Supervision:
Decoration in object and interior design; Design exhibition strategies; Propaganda in Design; Communities and communication; Studio based explorations of digital typography and post-digital letterpress; Artists books.