Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris


Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris is a Swedish/Australian curator, writer and researcher. Her focus is on the politics and poetics of water in the context of eco-aesthetics and curatorial theory. She regularly contributes to international publications on water and art, is a guest lecturer at Stockholm University and Sydney University, and a current doctoral candidate at University of New South Wales, where she develops her curatorial theory art and water in the climate crisis, entitled The Hydrocene. Recent curatorial work includes High Tide Fine Line Art Lab Gnesta (2022), Soil Symposium Accelerator, Stockholm University (2021), A Golden Age: Pulse, Throb, Drift Centro Centro, Madrid (2020) and group exhibition Djup Tid Sormlands Museum, Nykoping (2020). Previously she led the art and research team at Accelerator, Stockholm University and for several years was Curator at Index Foundation, Stockholm.

Institution: Monash University, University of New South Wales

Conference Schedule

Feminist activism, resistance, social activism, policing and politics of space, environmental activism, public activism

Title of Paper

Collective Brewing: Imbuing a wet methodology of educator-practice