Alexandra Gillespie
Since 2006
Works in Canberra United States of America

Alexandra Gillespie's work is primarily concerned with responding to particular sites and spatial temporal experiences. She often utilises projection, sound, and found objects to create installations, video and photographic works. As a hybrid media artist she has worked in a range of contexts including public works, gallery exhibitions, architectural collaborations, performance and festivals.

Her work has been exhibited in Australia, Asia, America and Europe. Alexandra is currently working on an interactive generative video collaboration for the John Curtain School of Medical Research at the ANU, video and photographic works, in addition to major video installations for the Tasmanian Museum and Gallery's forth coming warrander tunenapare: we understand Tasmanian Aboriginal Gallery. She was the Project Manager for the Australian Network for Art and Technology's reSkin lab examining wearable technologies in early 2007.

Alexandra holds a B.A. in Media Studies from the University of Queensland and a Masters degree in Communication Design from QUT. Alexandra is currently a PhD Candidate, School of Art, Photography and Media Arts, ANU.