“My art practice is informed and inspired by the interweaving connections that define our relationships and our identity. I am fascinated by personal histories and how they interact with social, economic and political histories.”
Di Cunningham is a Melbourne contemporary artist based in the Western Suburbs and works in participatory art, site-specific art and performance, 2D, 3D and installation art. She has shown in group and solo exhibitions since 2009 at Trocodero Art Space, off the kerb Gallery at Footscray Community Arts Centre, Roslyn Smorgon Gallery and 69 Smith St Gallery. As part of Williamstown event Scenes on the Yarra (SOTY) in 2016, Di presented her site-specific installation Blood Red Waters in Williams Old Morgue in the Seaworks precinct. She performed with POW (Performing Older Women) Circus at White Nights 2016 and the Women’s Circus production of SOAR, including set design in 2013. She also participated in the Currents 12 Program at Footscray Community Arts Centre in 2013.