Jo Fay Duncan is a second generation Australian of mostly Scottish descent. SHe identifies as an ecological artist, curator and collaborator. Her outdoor studio is homelands of the Quandmooka peoples, Moreton Bay which is also an internationally recognised and protected RAMSAR site. The near impossible complexity of the sand and sea, it’s flora and fauna and our human relationship to it prove unending fodder for art making.
Creative practice for her is concerned with the interconnected ecologies of people and place, nature and spirit of the land.
Her creative process is reconciliation in action and is concerned with trans-disciplinary cross-cultural land healing and ceremony.
Jo works as founder, curator and collaborator of Lines in the Sand itself a multi-year artful response to native title determinations on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island and subsequent plans to end sand-mining on the island.
Jo Fay Duncan
Artist Curator Collaborator