• Kathy Temin

Kathy Temin’s sculptural practice explores memory, history and loss. Her work is structured around the tension between apparent binaries, for instance, the familiar and strange, organic and artificial, literal and metaphoric, solemn and kitsch. The artist’s signature choice of medium, synthetic fur, subverts the monumental scale of her sculptures, to draw allusions to softness, childhood and play.

Temin completed undergraduate and post-graduate studies at the Victoria College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. She obtained her PhD from the University of Melbourne in 2007. She is currently Professor at Monash Art Design and Architecture, Monash University.

Opening Hours

  • Friday and Saturday 11am - 5pm (or by appointment)


  • Level 1, 39 Ghuznee Street
  • Wellington, 6021