Jo Fay Duncan is a second generation Australian of mostly Scottish descent. She identifies as an ecological artist, curator and collaborator whose outdoor studio is Moreton Bay, homelands of the Quandmooka peoples. Also, an internationally recognised and protected RAMSAR site, the near-impossible complexity of its land and waters, flora and fauna and our human relationship to it prove unending fodder for her art-making.
Not defined by any-one medium her creative practice is concerned with the interconnected ecologies of people and place, nature and spirit of the land.
Jo worked as founder, curator and collaborator of Lines in the Sand North Stradbroke Island Festivals 2011-2014. Lines in the Sand website is an archive and multi-year artful response to the social, political, environmental and cultural ecologies of the Moreton Bay islands since native title determinations in 2011 on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island.
Jo Fay Duncan
Artist Curator Collaborator