Ellie Lee-Duncan

Ellie Lee-Duncan completed a First Class Honours degree in Art History from Victoria University, in 2016. Their dissertation thesis was Body of Work: Representations of Gender in Rebecca Swan's Assume Nothing. Their writing has been featured on Pantograph Punch, #500 words, Eye Contact, and Up and Adam. In 2016 they co-curated the exhibition Fleshbag at Skinroom Gallery, Hamilton, and in 2015 assisted in curation Traces of the Wake, which featured at the Adam Art Gallery in 2015. Ellie is currently based in Hamilton, working at the Waikato Museum te Whare Taonga o Waikato, and will be undertaking their Masters in Art History through 2017.

Latest Articles:
My Little Pony as resistance: A review of ‘Good Kisser’
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Ellie Lee-Duncan talks pixarvolt and cyber queer subcultures...
My Little Pony as resistance: A review of ‘Good Kisser’
By Ellie Lee-Duncan