Joni Taylor, Architecture of the Long Paddock, 2015.


Joni Taylor (Australia) is a curator and founder of the NEW LANDSCAPES INSTITUTE. Her work explores the transformation of landscapes and addresses contemporary urban and environmental conditions through research-based projects. She maintains a multidisciplinary practice combining new media, art, architecture and participatory activities.

Joni has curated the exhibitions Groundwork: From the Archives Up (2015), User Generated Architecture: Raumlabor Berlin (2014), and The Third Landscape (2013). Current projects include a research about public architecture at the NSW Government Architect archives and The Long Paddock, a collaborative investigation into cultural landscapes of stock routes

Joni has a Masters by Research (Design) focusing on Utopian Architecture and was a founding member of Free Soil.

Residency part of

Empire Remains Shopa project by Cooking Sections.

TheEmpire Remains Shop was made possible with the generous support of Nicoletta Fiorucci; Outset, Arts Council England; Acción Cultural Española (AC/E); Stanley Picker Gallery; Kingston University; The Keir Foundation; and a number of individuals who wish to remain anonymous.


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