I am an emerging sound artist working on Whadjuk Noongar boodja, in Boorloo (Perth) Western Australia. My creative practice is a sprawling affair, writing and performing under various monikers including the alt-folk act Nika Mo and the elusive weird-pop persona Great Statue, as well as writing ensemble and radiophonic works under my own name.
Since 2016 I have participated in the Perth arts community as an independent organiser and curator, as co-director of local label Tone List, and as a member of the Difficult Listening collective on community radio station RTRFM 92.1. In 2020, I completed a Bachelor of Music: Honours (WAAPA), majoring in Composition and Music Technology, and studying experimental radio arts with a feminist musicology focus.
My work has been premiered and exhibited in festivals including Totally Huge New Music Festival, Fairbridge Festival, Audible Edge, FRINGEWORLD, WAMfest and Sound Spectrum, and installation works at Cullity Gallery and Mundaring Arts Centre.
Photo by Rohan Bacskai