Belinda Fox presents an ambitious wall and floor installation drawing on the imagery and protocols of childhood games to describe current political and cultural themes. The work utilises a combination of flocking, painting and printing on wood and paper.


Belinda, an artist who specialises in works on paper, was the winner of the 2007 Burnie Print Prize. In 2006 Belinda undertook a residency at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute supported by the Australia Council and the Ian Potter Cultural Trust. Belinda is represented in public, corporate and private collections in Australia and overseas. She has representation with Art House Gallery, Sydney; Beaver Gallery Canberra; and Turner Galleries, Perth. Belinda is a recipient of a Fremantle Arts Centre residency and her project has been assisted by Curtin University of Technology Faculty of Built Environment, Art and Design.