Amelia Dowling is a Melbourne based visual artist and curator. Trained in art history, curatorial studies and fashion design, Dowling uses textiles, language and embroidery to explore concepts around vulnerability, memory, personal narrative, and the unconscious. The artist is interested in the intimate and public power that art holds to connect, protest, subvert, play, and heal. Dowling exhibits in solo and group exhibitions, undertakes commissions and her work is held in private and commercial collections in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. Dowling’s work is currently stocked at Modern Times Australia and she works from her studio in Melbourne.
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The artist acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which she lives and works, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. She pays her respects to their elders; past, present and future and acknowledges that sovereignty was never ceded.