We farewell Imogen Dixon-Smith

Imogen Dixon-Smith

Imogen Dixon-Smith, installing, Justene Williams: The Curtain Breathed Deeply.

Last week, we farewelled Imogen Dixon-Smith as our Gallery Programs and Touring Exhibitions Coordinator.

Imogen has been a highly valued member of the team, instrumental in the delivery of tours such as David Griggs: BETWEEN NATURE AND SIN and Soft Core currently on the road. She has worked on the development of exhibitions for our forthcoming program, Arlo Mountford: Deep Revolt and Eugenia Lim: The Ambassador, planning and overseeing crate production, identifying technology requirements and preparing interpretation and signage ready for tour.

In addition to her outstanding work with the touring program, Imogen researched and wrote two new resources on using technology to display media works including Using Projectors in a gallery space and Media players. Both are essential to understanding and troubleshooting tech in a gallery environment. While doing so, Imogen overhauled some of our more troublesome technology and transitioned us to new models that provide greater consistency and reliability going forward.

Imogen moves on to an exciting curatorial role at Artbank and we wish her all the very best.

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