Tammy Honey: Neurodiverse metamodernist

Tammy Honey is an Australian artist who for the past 25 years has made work about memory and place framed as a Metamodernist approach of oscillation between meta and social issues represented through painting, video art, and installation. Within this structure, she works in a method of long-term, ongoing series of works that address a particular thematic situated by works through collecting and translating data within her practice.

She has exhibited and screened in numerous countries and venues including the TATE Modern, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, SCOPE Art Fair, and the Dundee Arts Centre, UK. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Tasmania and is represented in collections such as the ERGAS Collection at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney and private in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Iceland, England, and Indonesia.

Telling  a story:
An interview with Claire Bridge

CLAIRE BRIDGE is a multi-disciplinary artist, of Anglo-Indian and culturally Deaf heritage, who explores body, gesture, voice and power, gendered violence, intergenerational legacies, and the labours of personal and cultural repair with a deep interest in collaborative and emergent frameworks.

She draws on myth as a vessel transversing porous time, alive with potential to transmit and transform culture. Embedded within her processes, objects, and materials, are gestures of repair of personal and collective wounds, opening ruptures of transformational potential and plasticity.

In Bridge's practice, repair is a vital practice of cultural resistance.Through an intersectional feminist lens, Bridge’s work queers and ruptures the status quo, disrupting entrenched paradigms and offering possibilities for hope and future worlding.

Claire currently has an exhibition at the Footscray Community Arts Centre that she curated alongside which is major collaboration with Deaf artist Chelle Destefano and Deaf Community titled, ‘What I Wish I’d Told You’. This exhibition affirms the story of Deaf experiences and diverse, complex identities, in an immersive exhibition of large scale video projections, which bring visitors into a Deaf world.

Claire's next solo exhibition will be at ACAE Gallery in Collingwood this coming November, opening November 19th.


How your art practice evolves:
An interview with Luke Adams

Today I talk with Luke Adams about his art practice, how his practice has evolved over the years and how he supports his art practice with paid work.

Luke is interested in how technology, and other forms of media, can condition our reception of cultural information; which in turn has influence over our individuality and local identity within a global culture.

Initially trained as a painter, Luke completed an undergraduate degree in Sculpture and Spatial Practice at RMIT, and more recently completed an MFA by Research at the VCA in Melbourne.


An interview with David Creed and Angela Rossitto founders of The Wandering Room ARI

These guys are doing everything!
Running an ARI, working in their art practice, and working in paid jobs.

The Wandering Room is an artist-run initiative. Since 2007 the members of The Wandering Room have collaborated as artists and curated exhibitions in temporary spaces. They are currently situated on the corner of Victoria and Elizabeth St, Brunswick, Melbourne.

The Wandering Room have also exhibited at Testing Grounds, Melbourne, 2018; KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns, 2016; The Laundry, Brisbane, 2016; Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, 2013; Griffith University Art Gallery, 2013 and Brisbane Festival, 2012. They have undertaken residencies at Development AIR, New Zealand, 2013; Fish Lane Studios, 2013 and Grey Street, South Bank, Brisbane, 2012.

Current Directors: Joseph Breikers, David Creed, Angela Rossitto, Amanda Wolf


In-between worlds: an interview with Denise Reichenbach

In our first episode for Season 2 I talk to Denise about living and exhibiting in Europe and Australia.


Potemka Contemporary Art
NYC Crit Club


Residency review

The last episode of Season one! In this episode Louise Blyton interviews Sue Beyer to reflect on her residency in New York.


The residency

Artists I met at Mothership

Wyoming residency
Uni of Wyoming talk

Mini episode - New York so far

A quick chat about the practicalities of visiting New York as an artist in residence

Photos of trip. Lots of art.

Making art and being an educator - An interview with Brandon Gellis 

Today I'm talking with Brandon Gellis. Brandon is an Associate Professor at the University of Wyoming and a new media artist. Brandon's creative practice is deeply rooted in his love of working across digital and analog media to explore and create speculative narratives and aesthetics.

How social media can help you - An interview with Shima Star
Insta: @shimastar_
Twitter: @shimastar_
NFTs on Rarible

Clubhouse -
Download the app and join ‘ART CLUB’ Then follow: Shima Star

The beauty and enigma of light and colour - interview with Debra Ramsay

Debra Ramsay is an abstract artist living and working in NYC. Her work is beautifully subtle.
Minus Space
Yi Gallery
GarveySimon Projects

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Once upon a time - interview with Sue Beyer

This time I'm interviewing myself, just to give you a bit of a background on myself. In this episode I talk about my childhood, how I made a living prior to being an artist, my routine, what interests me and why I make art.

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The very excellent & very rude t-shirt - Talking with Richard Lewer

Some recent exhibitions
Disasters – Hugo Michell Gallery
The Ten Commandments - Hugo Michell Gallery

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Travel, as an artist & exhibiting overseas - Talking with Louise Blyton

Exhibition with Melinda Harper at Queenscliff Gallery
Mar 24 – Apr 25, 2022
Official opening: Sun Mar 27, 2022


NFTs part 2 - Talking with Linda Loh
We're talking to Linda Loh about her art practice and NFTs.
Linda is a multimedia artist working in the digital space and based between Melbourne and New York.

Lots of information in this episode, so make sure you have a pen and paper :-)

Download this pdf with links to topics discussed
pdf with links mentioned in the show


NFTs part 1 - The hype, the bullshit, the reality
In this episode I talk about the basics of NFTs.
What are they? How to make your own NFTs, where and how to sell them. I talk about my own experience with NFTs and I give my opinion on the environmental concerns and the more dubious aspects of being associated with crypto.

Too many links so you'll have to download this pdf
pdf with links mentioned in the show


Artist Residencies
In this episode I'm talking about residencies.
What they are, why you might go on residency, how to pay for it and other stuff.

I'm heading to New York in February and can't stop thinking about it, so I decided to talk about it.

No swearing in this one :-) It's a miracle! hahaha

NYC residency

Univeristy of Wyoming

Covid insurance


Bundanon - Arthur Boyd residence

ILIRI - Fowlers gap research station UNSW

list of artist residencies


Introduction to Season 1
Are you an artist who has questions like... How, What, Where, When,
Why I am doing this podcast?
Just a short intro to what Sue Beyer will be talking about every two weeks for the next year on, Being an artist is...

The shirt by Richard Lewer
My website
My Instagram

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