Federation University

Kim Percy is a multi-disciplinary artist who has exhibited for over 30 years in many notable festivals including BOAA Biennale of Australian Art, Ballarat International Foto Biennale Core Program, HeadOn Photo Festival Main Program, Lorne Sculpture Biennale and been a finalist in awards such as Bowness Photographic Prize, Mullins Conceptual Photographic Prize, Glover Landscape Award and Wyndham Art Award. She has been a sessional tutor in Visual Art and Communication Design at Federation University for thirteen years and recently teaching at RMIT in Digital Design. Percy has a Masters degree, Media Arts, RMIT, 2003. In 2022, Percy began her PhD at Federation University, titled Visualising the Invisible: An investigation into dyslexia and absence through visual art practice, in which she is questioning the prevalence of dyslexia in visual art through her practice investigating her lived experience of being dyslexic. This research is supported by a federally funded RTP Stipend. Percy has published in Screen Thought Journal (Volume 6, December 2022) and International Journal of Practice Based Humanities (pending publication) and has presented papers at International Metamodernism Conference, Melbourne, 2023 and Metamodern Conference, RMIT, 2023. She is also an administrator for the Daylesford Dyslexia Group, Dear Dyslexic Community

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