︎︎︎ Artworks
︎︎︎ Curatorial
︎︎︎ Publications
︎︎︎ Talks

︎︎︎ About
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Amy is an artist, curator, writer and researcher based in Narrm (Melbourne)

Living and working on unceded Country of the Wurundjeri and Boon wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation


Talk — 2022

Public webinar presented by Amy Spiers and Genevieve Grieves.

Hosted by the Australian Centre, University of Melbourne, as part of the Critical Public Conversations series: Undoing Australia.

Publication — 2022

Public art anthology edited by Amy Spiers, Charlotte Day and Callum Morton.

Published by Monash University Museum of Art, Monash Art Projects and Monash University Publishing.

Curatorial — 2022

Community artwork curated by Amy Spiers and Grace McQuilten with Dewi Cooke and The Social Studio, David Mackenzie and Youthworx, and Irine Vela and Outer Urban Projects.

Presented as part of ACCA’s Who’s Afraid of Public Space? program at Parliament of Victoria Steps, Melbourne, 6 March 2022.

Symposium & Publication — 2021

Convened by Amy Spiers and Genevieve Grieves.

Symposium hosted by ACCA in March 2021. Article published in Artlink Issue 41:2 in August 2021.

Publication — 2020

Journal article by Amy Spiers.

Published in Public Art Dialogue 10:2 in November 2020.

Artwork — 2019

Artwork by Amy Spiers.

Commissioned by Climarte as part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Festival, Melbourne. Exhibited at Testing Grounds and across Melbourne, 26 April to 18 May 2019.

Artwork — 2017

Socially engaged, site-responsive artwork and creative media activism campaign by Amy Spiers.

Developed as part of practice-led PhD research following fieldwork at Ngannelong/Hanging Rock, Central Victoria.

Publication — 2017

Book chapter by Amy Spiers.

Published in Civic Actions: Artists’ Practices Beyond the Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art.

Artwork — 2014-17

Performance artwork by Amy Spiers and Catherine Ryan.

First presented at 2014 Melbourne Art Fair, as part of MAF Edge Program, Social Capital. Performed also for Während der Ausstellung ist das Museum geschlossen/During the exhibition the gallery will be closed, Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg, Germany in 2016, and in Greece for Corinth Art Platform’s Art Panegyri in 2017.