Hayley Millar-Baker (AU) GUNDITJMARA

Image: Courtesy Hayley Millar-Baker, Simon Strong, and Vivien Anderson Gallery.

Image: Courtesy Hayley Millar-Baker, Simon Strong, and Vivien Anderson Gallery.

Gunditjmara woman and Melbourne-based artist Hayley Millar-Baker uses multimedia to produce monochromatic photographic works that examine human experiences of time and memory.


Millar-Baker has been selected for the Ramsay Art Prize, the John Fries Award, and as one of the top eight young Australian artists for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney’s Primavera. Among other prizes, she has won the John and Margaret Baker Fellowship for the National Photography Prize, and the Darebin Art Prize.


She has exhibited at University of Technology, Sydney, TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, Yirramboi Festival, the Sydney Festival,  HoBiennale, and Ballarat International Foto Biennale, and her work has been collected by the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Melbourne Museum, Monash University Museum of Art, and State Library of Victoria, Melbourne.

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