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Jenny Fraser Jenny Fraser i(A116184 works by) (a.k.a. Jennifer Fraser)
Born: Established: 1971 Mareeba, Mareeba area, Mareeba - Atherton - Ravenshoe area, Ingham - Cairns area, Queensland, ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Bundjalung ; Aboriginal Yugambeh / Yugumbir
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Jenny Fraser works at the nexus of art, film-making and new technologies as a new media artist. Her work is exhibited both nationally and internationally, including 'cultural copy' at the Fowler Museum in San Francisco and Interactiva01 and Interactive03: biennales at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Mexico.

Fraser founded and curates cyberTribe, an Indigenous online Gallery that aims to encourage the production and exhibition of Indigenous Art with a focus on the digital. She was the first Aboriginal curator to present a Triennial exhibition in Australia and has also been artist-in-residence in diverse places, including remote communities in the Northern Territory, the Rocky Mountains in Banff and Brisbane, Queensland.

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2012 recipient Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board Grants Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board Fellowship to undertake 'midden', a major experimental media arts creative project remix
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