Sandy O'Sullivan i(9 works by) (a.k.a. Sandy Indlekofer-O'Sullivan)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Wiradjuri people
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Sandy O'Sullivan is one of the two sound and performance poets called 'Resonant Voices'. She is an artist working with text in the contexts of sound installation, performance and the internet. She has worked as a musician, sound and lighting designer, public artist, researcher and writer. In 1995 Sandy was the co-ordinator of Wollongong World's Women on-line, a website created for the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women. In 1990 she began a Creative Arts (Fine Arts) degree at the University of Wollongong and after graduating, she spent two years teaching multimedia subjects. She then moved to the Middle East, teaching communications technology at the Dubai Women's College for three years, before returning to Australia to teach media/arts at the University of Newcastle. While at Newcastle she completed her PhD in Fine Arts, and became involved in teaching Indigenous art subjects

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