Our subsidised studio spaces are designed to support local artists who are not commercially represented, and who are considered to be in the “emerging” stage of their career.
107 is proud to support the following resident artists:
Nadeena Dixon is a Wiradjuri, Yuin & Gadigal Indigenous multi-disciplinary artist. She is recognised as a Master Weaver in Indigenous Cultural Traditions, and her cultural practices include dance, song, language, contemporary storytelling, and contemporary ceremony.
Mark Eliott is a contemporary artist working primarily with glass. His themes include: sculptural abstraction informed by music and synaesthesia, the dance between improvisation and structure, biological representation, story-telling through objects and animation. Mark also also enjoys teaching, interactive demonstrations and collaborating. He recycles his glass and buys carbon offset credits.
Josh Gilchrist is a screen printer with years of experience and a passion for the art form.
James is a Sydney based graphic designer and artist. He’s been practicing on and off professionally in the arts for about fifteen years, studying at UNSW Art and Design (COFA). James went on to study graphic design at Enmore. He now works full time as a designer.
Julia is a Sydney based artist practicing in installation, sculpture and painting and drawing. Her works follows a process that fluctuates between painting and sculptures on a continuum of abstraction. Of particular interest is the relationship between forms and mediums and the way in which these mediums can be translated and transformed.
Nicole Larkin is a Sydney based designer and installation artist focusing on classical and contemporary ways to view art and ideas around authenticity vs reproduction. She is also behind ‘The Wild Edge’, a body of research working to capture all of the ocean pools in NSW. Ultimately this work goes towards proposing in best practices in ocean pool design and future-proofing.
Growing up in Armidale, NSW, James moved to Sydney in 2010 to study Fine Arts at UNSW Art&Design (formerly COFA) majoring in sculpture, performance and installation. His current practice spans drawing, graphics, animation, sculpture and installation.
Sophie’s creativity and passion for art led to an interest in fabrics, sewing and textiles. After studying textile design at Birmingham City University (BCU), Sophie developed a specialism in embroidery and has won multiple awards for her work. She now lives and works in Sydney.
Katya is a visual artist working predominantly in painting and visual art performance. She combines the language and materials of landscape painting, while disrupting traditional readings of this genre. Katya was born and raised in Russia and now lives and works in Sydney.