angelica harris-faull | visual artist

Curriculum Vitae -

Angelica Harris-Faull is an emerging artist from Adelaide, who works with printmaking techniques, intestine, waxes, and bodily materials to make video and sculptural works.





Education - 


2017, PhD candidate at the University of South Australia, School of Art, Architecture and Design and Adelaide University's Centre for the History of Emotions


Honours, First Class, Bachelor of Fine Art, RMIT, 2014


Bachelor of Visual Arts Specialisation (printmaking), University of South Australia, 2013


Art and Anatomy Intensive Course, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, UK, 2015


Sculpting the Body, Intensive Course, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, UK, 2015.


Group Exhibitions -


2016 -


Intercambino Grafico 2: Print exchange and exhibition with University of South Australia, Kuban State University and the Art and Design Academic Program at the National Autonomous University from Mexico's ENES Campus Moreila.

Inside outisde inside on, Studio J, Manila, Philippines, October

IOIO, 98b COLLABoratory art space, Manila, Philippines, October

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA, November, group exibition with Art Bus Mercy House Refugee Project


2015 -


Flesh Mash, BKNR, August, part of South Australian Living Artist Festival.

SALA Moving Image, Iris Cinema, (Mercury) August, part of South Australian Living Artist Festival.

SALA Gala in the Garden, Unley, videos shown at arts event.

Keep, October, Women's and Children's Hospital.


2014 -


Print Imaging Practice Honours Graduate Exhibition, RMIT, Project Space Gallery, Melbourne

Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition, Drill Hall, Adelaide

Eight, Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide.

In the flesh, SkyBar - Rowlands Apartments, Adelaide


2013 -


Full Circle, University of South Australia Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition

Individuals at Risk - Amnesty International ARTillery Group, The Mill

Smallworks, West Bar Student Gallery, University of South Australia

The Tunnels, Adina Hotel, Treasury Tunnels, Adelaide


2012 -


Ladyscape, The Reading Room, Adelaide

Bird Shit: An Exhibition of the Fowl Sort, Tooth and Nail Gallery, Adelaide


Awards and Grants -


Unitcare Services Moving Image Award, finalist

Helpmann Grant, 2016

Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant, 2015.

Burnside Rotary Carpe Diem Trust Grant, 2015.

The Vice-Chancellor's List Award, top 2% of RMIT higher education students in 2014.

Ethel Berringer Memorial Award, University of South Australia, 2013

The University of South Australia Medal, top 0.5% of Bachelor of Visual Arts (2011-2013), 2013

Chancellors List of Commendation, top 5% of Bachelor of Visual Arts, 2012/11


Residencies and projects -


Running art workshops and collaborative project, the the Art Bus, 'Sharing Stories through Visual Arts with Mercy House Refugee Community' Arts SA Community Grant supported, 2016

Research proposed and undertaken at Adelaide University Anatomy Collection, 2016.

The Gordon Museum of Pathology, Kings College London, UK, 2015

La Specola, Florence, Italy, 2015

Research proposed and undertaken at the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology, Melbourne University, 2014.


Professional Development -




Art Lab, Adelaide, volunteer in the Objects Lab.

Artist Talk, for Visual Representation Architecture course at Adelaide Uni.

Visitor Services Officer, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne.




Co-Chair, University of South Australia Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition Committee

On-set film assistant, continuity, archive research for Rivet Pictures, ABC Artscape documentary, 'Muriel Matters!'

Cataloguing and exhibition assistant for Jeffrey Harris's 'My Father's Table' exhibition at Light Square Gallery, Adelaide

Attended Shifting Sands Symposium, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia




Student Representative, Visual Arts, University of South Australia

Gallery sitter, assisted in exhibition and Fringe event running at the community space, The Reading Room, Adelaide

Volunteer at the Art and Ability Program for Adults with a Disability at the Eastwood Community Centre, Adelaide


Member of the Australian Experimental Art Foundation