Artist in Residence at Woodford Academy

SEPT - NOV 2022

Artist in Residence Naomi Oliver will explore the furniture, materials, objects and trimmings of Woodford Academy to uncover possible personalities and social pretensions, as well as hidden or overt intentions.

Using creative coding and video art, Oliver responds to historical artefacts digitally, attempting to tap into a space where old and new technologies intersect. Oliver’s art practice is based around digital video, animation and sound, often combining analogue and digital mediums/processes to create experimental, otherworldly pieces.


Lumiere Festival


APRIL 22 - MAY 1 2022


Ladonna Rama's interview with Naomi Oliver

Lo-fi Enthusiast and Glitch Artist

Soft Pedal II

The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre

Saturday 20 March 2021

7.30 pm to 9.15 pm (with 30-minute intermission)
$20 Adult
$15 Concession
Age 14+

A night of experimental and electronic sound art by Sydney and western Sydney-based artists, curated by seasoned composer and video artist George Tillianakis.

Soft Pedal II features performances by Lucas Abela aka Justice Yeldham, a noise and improvisational musician whose signature instrument – a pane of glass fitted with microphones, which he manipulates and plays with his mouth – was described by NME as “crossing the line between music and bloodsport”.

Other artists include Flâneurs, aka Ernest and Andrew Aaron, exploring “audiovisual synaesthesia” with improvised soundscapes and video projections, Loose-y Crunché, who will perform an experimental composition exploring fluctuating mental states, and Naomi Oliver who remixes electronic glitch video and sound art live.

Drawing On Line

National Art School website

23rd Oct 2020 - 23rd Dec 2020

An exhibition of work created with the online context in mind. Artists consider how this context can provoke new thoughts on line as a fundamental aspect of drawing.

Curated by Dr Ben Denham


Nola Farman

Leander Herzog

Jack McAuley

James Nguyen

Naomi Oliver

Yul Scarf


Blue Mountains Cultural Center, Katoomba

1 August – 20 September

Blue is the most popular colour in contemporary Western societies, a colour with profound social and historical associations and symbolism that resonates throughout art, language, history, religion, gender, science, psychology and more.  The exhibition BLUE presents the works of MAPBM artists exploring the notions of blue through a variety of media – painting, video, photograph , sculpture, installation art and performance art.


Exhibiting artists are:

Susan Andrews
M Bozzec
Kris Peta Deray
Tom Isaacs
Beata Geyer
Tom Loveday
Naomi Oliver
Katya Petetskaya
Rebecca Waterstone
Miriam Williamson and Brad Allen-Waters

 A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Exposé Program exhibition curated by Beata Geyer


Official Music video for: 1981 by Melodiqa

1981 is available on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and more.

Music by George Tillianakis ©GeorgeTillianakis 2020

Offical Music video for: Maybe it's Real by INPO


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Future Abstract

Artspace on the Concourse, Chatswood

22 May - 16 June 2019

As part of Vivid Sydney 2019. Artists exhibiting within Future Abstract include: Louise Allerton, Wade Marynowsky, Tom Loveday, Gordon Monro, Adi O'Hara, Naomi Oliver, tranSTURMand Susannah Williams.

Solo Exhibition @ Closed On Monday Gallery

Closed on Monday Galleryclick here to visit

1 May - 31 May 2019

Closed on Monday is an online interactive 3D space that hosts monthly exhibitions. An experimental project between artist/curator Lilium Burrow and interactive designer Xavier Burrow, COM was designed as a grungy, abandoned cyber warehouse-turned-gallery. COM is an expansion on the gallery/ARI model as a dynamic space that is globally accessible and always open (even on a Monday in Sydney).

Walk or fly around the space from anywhere and at any time.

Imperceptible Resistances

MAPBM member's exhibition

Everglades Garden, Leura

Opening: 1 Dec 2018. 2-4pm

Runs 1 Dec - 23 Dec 2018

Curated by Lizzy Marshall

Featured Artists: 
Vivienne Dadour, Frank Davey & Tess Rapa, Fiona Davies, Beata Geyer, Anne Graham, Danica Knezevic, Tom Loveday, Fleur MacDonald, Paul Mosig, Sean O’Keeffe, Naomi Oliver, Ebony Secombe, Rebecca Waterstone, Gianni Wise

Between the Inside and the Outside

Ansonia Woolstore Building, Brisbane

4 -21 October 2018. 


Motel Sisters in Care

Information and Cultural Exchange, and Abel Tasman Village

Artist residency during August 2018. 

Colour Run

Braemar Gallery, 104 Macquarie Rd, Springwood NSW

Opening: 26 May 2018. 2-4pm

Runs 24 May - 17 June 2018


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