I am a Wellington, New Zealand based artist and curator. I am also a mother to Franta and Vita, and am married to architect Evzen Novak.  

I am most interested in interdisciplinary practice, in working outside conventional museological contexts and in spillage into the commercial world. My work tends to play on a humorous threshold between the sacred and mundane. I've worked in business and communications and I am deeply inspired by trade, negotiation and collaboration. 

You can see examples of my work on this site. Curated exhibitions include

Dialogues with Tomorrow as part of Now Future with Dugal McKinnon

Letting Space – currently in production in Wellington (co-curating with Mark Amery)

2007 Oil on Troubled Water (own work), Enjoy Gallery

2002-2003 Bombs Away, an exhibition of artists’ responses to nuclear propaganda. The Physics Room, touring to the Adam Art Gallery, (Fiona Jack, Richard Reddaway, Megan Adams, Jo Randerson, Tony  de Latour, Rainer Ganahl)

2002 First to see the Light, First to Awaken? Working party member for E-vision symposium. First cross-discipline attempt to address multiple views of art, science, economics, language and political science

1998 Posted Love, National Library of New Zealand, touring to Canterbury Museum, Otago Museum and Tauranga Arts Festival (collection of Turnbull Library collections and submitted manuscripts)

1993-1994 Letting Space, various sites in Auckland (Judy Darragh, Jon Bywater & , Joyce Campbell, Ant Sumich, Tessa Laird Yuk King Tan) with Mark Amery

1992 Gaining Interest, Artspace Auckland (Daniel Malone, Merit Groting, Joyce Campbell, Lucy McDonald, Giovanni Intra)