Peta Clancy is a visual artist based in Australia who works with photography, bioart, video and installation.




Editorial, Synapse Art/Science Residencies announced, Artery, 2012

E. Mudie, 'Art-Science: The Cerebral & The Sensory: Hokuspocus and The Body is a Big Place, Performance Space', RealTime 107 Feb-Mar, 2012

D. Mcilwain, Transplanting Life: The Distributed Media of Embodied Selves, Artlink Vol. 31 No. 4, 2011

B.Dean, 'Endings and Begingings', catalogue essay, 'The Body is a Big Place', Performance Space, Sydney, 2011

B. Crew, 'Lateral Selection', Cosmos: The Science of Everything, Issue 39 June/July, 2011

J. Harlfinger, 'Genetik und Kunst: Das Labor als Atelier?', genosphären 08, p.13, 2011

A. Foster, 'Imagining The Everyday', catalogue essay, 10th Pingyao International Photography Festival, China, 2010

A. Marsh, 'Look! Contemporary Australian Photography Since 1980', MacMillan Publishers, Australia, 2010

R. Kent, Peta Clancy's Solo Exhibition 'Paper Thin', room notes, Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney, 3 Dec, 2009

I. Reichle, 'Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art', Springer, Vienna/New York, 2009

A. Crawford, ‘Lashes and Lips’, Photofile: Contemporary Photomedia + Ideas, Issue 83, 2008

S. Park, ‘The Aesthetic Microbe’, Microbiology Today - UK, July, 2007

I. Perez, ‘Peta Clancy’s Dermatological Destiny’ (cover article), Australian Art Collector, Issue 42, 2007

M. Miles, ‘Peta Clancy: Skin and the Supple Boundaries of Self', Eyeline: Contemporary Visual Arts Magazine, Issue 61, Summer, 2006-2007

'Visible Human Bodies', room notes, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, 2007

K. Shaw and L. Horth, 'U Turn', catalogue essay, Glendale College Art Gallery, LA, 2007

C. Troup, 'The Latent Image: New Life Drawings By Peta Clancy', catalogue essay, Project Space Spare Room, RMIT University, Melbourne, 2005

L. Zahra-King, 'Expiration', catalogue essay, Project Space Spare Room, RMIT University, Melbourne, 2005

P. Clancy, 'Gene Packs', conference presentation, 'The Aesthetics of Care? Symposium, Biennale of Electronic Arts, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, 2002

P. Clancy and A. Weaver, 'Remember Who You Are', catalogue essay, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, 2000

P. Timms, 'Remember Who You Are (Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces)', The Age, Wed 21 July, p.7, 2000