Jane Trengove is a disabled artist with a career spanning many years. Jane’s art practice encompasses a range of art media and she has extensive skills in the coordination/curation of visual arts project development, production and arts administration. Jane’s work often engages the relevance of contemporary art in wider social/political debates, such as gender, race and disability. She has exhibited widely, including locally, interstate and overseas and is currently represented by Sutton Gallery, Melbourne. To support her visual art career Jane has been employed across a range of professional platforms, primarily in the arts and disability sector and has worked closely with government, arts industry and community organizations to increase the participation of Deaf and disabled people in the cultural life of Victoria.
Recent projects include: Other Body Knowledge, 2022, Public Program and Exhibition, in collaboration with Katie Ryan and KINGS Artist-Run Initiative, When You Think of Feminism What Do You Think? 2022, George Paton Gallery, S/He, 2022, 24/7 Covid-safe installation at ACU Melbourne Gallery, Midsumma, Melbourne, XXX Celebrating 30 Years of Sutton Gallery, 2022, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne, Ceci n’est pas, 2019, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne, Fem-A-Finity, 2019, NETS touring show, curated by Dr Catherine Bell.