Artist Directory

Gabrielle Griffin

Gabrielle discovered puppetry for adults in 2003 and hasn't looked back. She has toured nationally and internationally, worked with acclaimed and award-winning South Australian designers, directors, and musicians, and is currently creating a new solo work called 'Puzzle'. She can hear her puppets banging on the cupboards at home, wanting to be let out.

Gadjo

Gadjo are an original, primarily instrumental group that uses complimentary spoken word poetry and backing vocals.

Gail Hocking

In my practice I invest in a potentially perilous excavation of self, buried within the interior emotional terrain. Self navigation is a journey that takes tentative steps down paths of instability, both physically and emotionally, and impairment of the cognitive processes. Charting this journey are points of reference that are the ballast of the self.

Georgia Germein

South Australian inspirational singer-songwriter Georgia Germein’s unique brand of pop/folk has led her and her band 'Germein Sisters' to a breadth of international experiences and credits that defy their years. Based on a bushland property in the Adelaide Hills, talented multi-instrumentalists Georgia, Ella, and Clara Germein recorded their debut album in Ireland with the producer of The Corrs and Sinead O’Connor.

Germein Sisters

South Australian siblings, the Germein Sisters, are a refreshingly honest young female band, whose unique brand of pop/folk has led them to a breadth of international experiences and credits, defying their years. Based on a bushland property in the Adelaide Hills, talented multi-instrumentalists Georgia, Ella and Clara Germein recorded their debut album in Ireland with the producer of The Corrs and Sinead O’Connor.

Gerry McMahon

My work as a sculptor has been based on the skills I acquired from my previous occupation as a sheet metal tradesman. I always appreciated the characteristics of metal, particularly its versatility and durability, but as an artist I am able to experiment, explore the boundaries and manipulate metal in a more creative fashion than ever before.

Gregory Ackland

Gregory Ackland is Principal Lecturer – Visual Art, and Studio Head of Photography and Digital Media with Adelaide College of the Arts. He is an artist, interested in digital media practices, conceptual photography and the moving image. He is influenced by the history of landscape painting and philosophy, in particular how experience might be rendered in an image. He is an Associated Artist with Hill Smith Gallery, South Australia.