Scott Anderson

Curriculum Vitae


2014 Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) (Honours 1st Class), RMIT University, Melbourne.
2012 Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts), RMIT University, Melbourne.
2009 Diploma of Visual Art, CAE, Melbourne.
1999 Advanced Diploma of Arts (Electronic Design and Interactive Media), Holmesglen TAFE, Melbourne.

Solo Exhibitions

2018 Burn After Viewing, The Munitions Room (pop up space), Jinze, Shanghai.
2018 Show Me Some Discipline, Chamber Presents, Melbourne.
2017 Anicca  #1, Alternating Current Art Space, Melbourne.
2016 TISM (This is Serious Mate), Garden Shed Gallery, Melbourne.
2014 Monumental Strategies, Trophy Shop Project Space, Melbourne.
2013 Fully Functional, Rubicon ARI, Melbourne.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019 Solo Sans Solo, A Farm, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
2018 Fragmentations, Fragmentations, Fragmentations, Untitled Gallery, Zhujiajiao, Shanghai.
2017 Museum of Lost Public Notices, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne.
2016 Paradise Lost, Paradise Hills Gallery, Melbourne.
2016 Wabi Sabi, 2nd Floor Project Space, Melbourne
2015 Rubicon Gallery Fundraiser, Melbourne.
2015 700’s Art Festival, RMIT, Melbourne.
2015 The Internet is a Cultural Object, BSG Gallery, Melbourne.
2014 Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) (Honours) Graduation Show, RMIT, Melbourne.
2014 Art Fair Murders, KINGS ARI and RMIT Project Space, Melbourne.
2014 A Brush with The Law, The Trophy Shop Gallery, Melbourne.
2013 This is a Trophy, The Trophy Shop Gallery, Melbourne.
2012 Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduation Show, RMIT, Melbourne.
2010 Postcard Show, Linden Gallery, Melbourne.
2009 DVA Graduate Show, CAE, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.
2008 Postcard Show, Linden Gallery, Melbourne.
2007 Brunswick Street Gallery- Painters07, Melbourne.
2007 Brunswick Street Gallery -Small Works Show, Melbourne.


2019, A Farm Artist’s Residency, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2018, Untitled Gallery, Jinze Town, Shanghai, China.
2018, Tentacles Gallery Artist’s Residency, Bangkok, Thailand.

Multimedia/Interactive Project.

2001-2004 “Alternative Animals” CD/CDROM. An interactive documentary on the Australian punk music scene1976-1979. Released through SHOCK Records 2004.