More than anything else, I'm drawn to landforms. I think of my creative work as research, investigating a sense of place through the physical landscape. My formal training is in the science of geomorphology, and much of my creative work plays off tension (and attenuation) between the head and the heart in the experiencing of landscapes. I work primarily in installation and photography.
I also collaborate with my sister, Anna, on Salt Country.
Always happy to chat: firstname.lastname@example.org or instagram.
2019 (expected completion)
PhD, Macquarie University
Thesis title: "River recovery as a physical-and-social process"
MRes, Macquarie University
Thesis title: "Sociogeomorphic evolution of an Australian upland river: A physical-and-social basis for rehabilitation"
Received University Medal
BSci, Macquarie University
Environmental Earth Sciences and Environmental Management
aMBUSH Gallery, Waterloo – Barkers and Biters (curated by Laura Clement)
Sculpture in the Paddock, Murrumbateman NSW – Outcrop (collaboration with Hannah Rose Carroll Harris)
aMBUSH Gallery, Waterloo – Belanglo (collaboration)
Rewind Gallery, Glebe – Dated (collaboration)
Tiny Tailor Gallery, Chippendale – All in one space (group show)
Mould, S. A. (accepted). Seeing double in art and geoscience: 3D aerial portraits of 'lost' Anthropocene landscapes. Journal of Maps. doi: 10.1080/17445647.2018.1534142
Mould, S. A., Fryirs, K., & Howitt, R. (2018). Practicing sociogeomorphology: relationships and dialogue in river research and management. Society & Natural Resources, 31(1), 106-120. doi: 10.1080/08941920.2017.1382627
"Nice drawing mate!" – Hannah Rose Carroll Harris, on my drawing of a snake I saw in the grass.