Lenine Bourke

Bio

Lenine Bourke (BA, Hons, BED, PhD) is an artist and researcher, producer, and consultant who works with the public, creating new work together to explore ideas about the future we want. Lenine’s work is interdisciplinary in artistic approach but always community-engaged in process and political in concept. Recently having completed their PhD at QUT in artist-led public pedagogy, they continue to work in outdoor and nature-based places to explore our communities’ ongoing adaptations to climate change. Lenine has been Executive Director of Young People and the Arts Australia, Artistic Director of Contact Inc, and Director of Community Partnerships at the Australia Council for the Arts. Currently, Lenine is the Manager of Art From The Margins, a studio and gallery in Brisbane collaborating with artists from diverse backgrounds including those with disabilities and complex life experiences.

Field: Art
E-mail: lenine@thewalkingneighbourhood.com.au

Conference Schedule

Topic
Public space, public art, domestic space in public

Title of Paper
WALKING THROUGH THE PROCESS TOGETHER: unpacking a creative work with human and more-than-human publics as an artist pedagogue and the condition of indeterminacy