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Artist Statement


Bianca Tainsh is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice consists of social investigations informed through vigorous research. An analytical approach to process results in works that are highly considered and enriched by imagery and concepts from a diversity of sources.

Bianca’s creative explorations reflect particularly on the implications of contemporary life and examine commodification, technology and the environment, whilst balancing these investigations with the consideration of the human need for spirituality, inclusion and the quest for self. Many of Bianca’s projects discount conventional expectations of artistic practice in their function, and often in their intent to elicit public action and involvement.

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BLINDSIDE Festival: On the Verge

24th Aug - 3rd Sept

Curator and coordinator of 11 day festival, Melbourne, Australia.

Open Engagement Conference Tour 

Victorian College of the Arts & Centre for Centre for Cultural Partnerships 

Funded trip to Open Engagement 2016 - POWER, Oakland, U.S.A.




Flesh Express

Curator of group exhibition, Blindside Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.

The Sweet Life

Group exhibition, Blindside Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.

Residency and Research Tour

New York, U.S.A.


5 Dollar Identity

Solo exhibition, ACCA Upstarts (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art), Melbourne, Australia.

ArtStart Career Development Funding Recipient.

Australia Council for the Arts

People's Choice Award

Ecoflicks Environmental Short Films Festival.

Exhausted Ideals

Solo exhibition, Kings ARI, Melbourne, Australia.


Lessons in Value

Solo exhibition, Spinnerei Rundgang, Leipzig, Germany.


Summer Show

Leipzig International Art Programme residency exhibition, Leipzig, Germany.

Goodbye Bruce Show

Group show, Bruce ARI, Footscray, Australia.

At One with Weyba

Collaboration with Johannes Laumer, Noosa, Queensland, Australia.



The Arts on Weyba

Curator & Event Co-ordinator, Noosa, Queensland, Australia.

The Better Self

Solo show, Bruce ARI, Footscray, Australia.

Pozible Crowd Funding arts project funding recipient.

Interventions Rejecting the Spectrum

Curated in partnership with Grayden Shelley, Level 6 Curtin House, Melbourne, Australia.

It’s Not You, It’s Me 

Group show with Coalesce initiative, Eckersley’s Open Space Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.



RMIT Link Arts Council arts project funding recipient.

RMIT Bachelor of Fine Arts-Painting Graduation Show

RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

Cause & Affect: Art, Community & Generosity

Contribution of works, Level 17 Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.

The Seven Signs of Aging 

Group show with Coalesce initiative, Eckersley’s Open Space Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.


New, Used & Abused 

Group show with Coalesce initiative, Loft Gallery, Abbotsford, Australia.

The Baby Makers 

Curator and exhibiting artist, First Site Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.


Black & White 

Art prize and show, Pigment Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.



Light, Friction & Movement

Solo show, Noosa, Queensland, Australia.





Graduate Certificate of Arts & Community Engagement 
Victorian College of the Arts

2009 - 2011 


Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Painting 
RMIT University

2006 - 2007

Diploma of Visual Arts
Sunshine Coast Institute of TAFE

Publicity & discussion