Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro
Working as a collaborative duo since 2003, Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro’s practice reflects a preoccupation with the dynamics of global mobility, fallout of consumer society, and contemporary notion of home. Combining a playful sense of humour and an engagement with art historical precedents, their work is characterised by the deconstruction and reinvention of prefabricated structures and the assemblage of accumulated objects into extraordinary sculptures and installations.
CLAIRE HEALY AND SEAN CORDEIRO
Live and work in Sydney
Claire Healy born Melbourne, Australia
Sean Cordeiro born Penrith, Australia
founding members of artist run collective: Imperial Slacks, Sydney
Guest Artists, Universität der Künste, Berlin
Master of Fine Arts, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Fine Arts (both collaborators graduating with First Class Honours), College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales
Post-haste, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre (forthcoming)
You Are Here, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Tower of Power, Sydney Contemporary
The Pizza Effect, Tenjinyama Artist Studios, Sapporo
The Ugly Stick Orchestra, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Harbouring, Te Whare Hera, Wellington
Effing the Ineffable, Chan Hampe Galleries, Singapore
We Hunt Mammoth,Yorii-za in Kamiyama, Japan
Architects of Destruction, Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco
Venereal Architecture, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
The 19th Rimbun Dahan Residency Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur
Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane
Tapestries of Disaster, Art Stage, Singapore
Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney
Ignition, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney
Are We There Yet?, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Par Avion, Frey Norris Contemporary and Modern, San Francisco
Future Furnishings, Nature Morte Berlin
Un-built Environs, Gallery Reis, Singapore
Drunken Clarity, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney
Where We've Been, Where We're Going, Why. Gallery Barry Keldoulis
PREMS, La BF15, Lyon
Best of Discovery, SH Contemporary, Shanghai
Manual, Galerie Gitte Weise, Berlin
Disruptive Colouration, Gallery Barry Keldoulis
The Flats, Bicentennial Park Homebush Bay, Sydney
Paper Trail, Level 2 Contemporary Projects, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Primary Producers, Performance Space at Carriage Works, Sydney
Custom Living, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney
Flat Pack, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
Home Invasion, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Dank Street, Sydney
When the Bulls Fight the Calves get Crushed, Siddhartha Gallery, Kathmandu, Nepal
Deceased Estate, Glashaus Gallery, Weil am Rhein, Germany
Tollgate, Kunst Kiosk Kleinhuningen, Basel, Switzerland
Maintenance, Ballidu, IASKA, Western Australia
The Cordial Home Project, Artspace, Sydney
Location to Die For, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
Oku-Noto Triennale, Suzu, Japan (forthcoming)
Symbiosis, Bankstown Biennale
Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Cementa Festival, Kandos, NSW
In Cahoots, Curated by Erin Coates, Newman Art Centre, touring nationally until 2021
The Like Button, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
Safe Space, Museums and Galleries QLD, touring Australia until 2021
Bienale of Australian Art, Ballarat
Safe Space, curated by Christine Morrow, Museums and Galleries Queensland, touring Australia through until 2021
Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art : Divided Worlds, Adelaide, curated by Erica Green
Cultural Landscapes, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney
Let's Play: The Art of Our Time, Bunjil Place Gallery, Melbourne
In Cahoots, Fremantle Art Centre, Australia, Curated by Erin Coates, touring Australia until 2021
NSW Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition, Artbank Gallery, Sydney
Mining Pyrite, SOPA, Sydney
Rip It Up!, Changjang Internaional Photo and Video Biennale, China
Landmarks, Curated by Anthony Bond OAM, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Let's Talk About Text, Artbank Gallery, Sydney
Cementa Festival, Kandos, NSW
Sculpture by the Sea, 20th Anniversary, Marks Park, Sydney
Wildthing; Animals in Contemporary Australian Art, Mosman Art Gallery
Sculpture at Barangaroo, Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney
Hot Rods, Goulburn Regional Gallery, Goulburn
Sovereign Asian Art Prize, Hong Kong
MAPSPACE, Blue Mountains City Art Gallery, Australia
Fantastic Worlds, Rockhampton Art Gallery
Casula Powerhouse turns 21, curated by Toni Bailey
Cosmic Love Wonder Lust: The Imperial Slacks Project, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown, NSW and Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney, curated by Michael Dagostino and Nicholas Tsoutas
People Like Us curated by Felicity Fenner, UNSW Galleries, University of New South Wales, Sydney, touring nationally through until 2019
Slow Burn, Fire in Mythology and Culture, Delmar Gallery, Victoria
The Lost House, Joalah, Rodd House, Mt Tomah. (curated by Anthony Bond OAM)
Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize, National Art School, Sydney
Wildside: The Animal in Art, Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo
Wildside: The Animal in Art, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Booragul
Does Humour Belong in Art? Curated by Glenn Smith, Orange Regional Gallery
Conflict: Contemporary Responses to War, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia
Art Dubai 2014, Gallery Wendi Norris, Dubai
If you were to live here…The 5th Auckland Triennale, curated by Hou Hanru, Auckland
Peripheral Visions : Contemporary Art from Australia, Garis and Hahn, New York
Wendi Norris Gallery, Art Dubai, Dubai
How Yesterday Remembers Tomorrow, curated by Mark Feary, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, Katoomba, touring nationally
Project 0006 - Peripheral Visions: Contemporary Art from Australia, Garis & Hahn, New York.
New 2013: Selected Recent Acquisitions, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane
I Spy: Windows and Doors in Art, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
Australia: Contemporary Voices, The Fine Art Society, London.
Excavation, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
How Yesterday Remembers Tomorrow, curated by Mark Feary, Orange Regional Gallery, Manly Regional Gallery
Eye Candy, curated by Alan Sisley and Glenn Smith, Orange Regional Gallery
Art 42 Basel
Right to the City, Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney
Your move: Australian artists play chess, The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide (touring)
LOVEART: The Love Collection, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Sydney
Your move: Australian artists play chess, Bendigo Art Gallery roundabout°, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand
gbk @ Melbourne Art Fair
in[two]art, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Maitland
Setouchi International Art Festival 2010, Japan
A Work of Persol, Galerie Marc de Puechredon, E-halle, Basel, Switzerland
Space Reception, Akiyoshidai International Artist Village, Yamaguchi, Japan
Once Removed, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney
Photography Group Show, Galerie van der Mieden, Belgium
Once Removed, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney
Zeigen, Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin
AAFB/ Australian Art for Berlin, Gitte Weise Gallery, Berlin
The Armory Exhibition 2009 at Armory Gallery, Newington Armory, Sydney
Once Removed, 53rd La Biennale di Venezia
gbk @ Hong Kong Art Fair
Terra Nullius, ACC Galerie Weimar, Germany and Halle 14 & Baumwollespinnerei, Leipzig, Germany
<< || >>, RDFgalerie, Nice, France
NEW: selected recent acquisitions 2007-2008, The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane
HOME, Lismore Regional Gallery
Optimism, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland art Gallery
Leading Lights, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney
Australian, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney
In the space of Elswehere, Stanley Picker Gallery Kingston University, London
Nothing of North Unknown, Galerie Alexandra Saheb, Berlin
Urban Jealousy, Tehran Biennial
HIJACKED, artsource, Fremantle, Western Australia and Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney
Hijacked Volume One, Neunplus, Berlin
gbk @ Hong Kong Art Fair
gbk @ Melbourne Art Fair
neo goth: back in black, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane
AustralË fotografijos nakties dalyviai, Kaunas,Vytauto Did_iojo, Lithuania
gbk @ Silvershot, Melbourne
ABN AMRO Emerging Artist Award, Sydney
Air de Berlin, Gallery AVU, Prague
eg. Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart
Slowing Down, Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Melbourne
NEW07, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
Sink, Universität der Künste, Berlin
Salon, D21 Leipzig, Germany
Strange Cargo, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, Australia
Adventures with Form in Space, Art Gallery Of New South Wales, Sydney
New Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Husvild, Galleri Ebbesen, Copenhagen
Boulevart, Kurfurstendamm, Berlin
Ten[d]ancy, Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney
Von Angels zu Riots, NewYorkRioTokyo, Berlin
gbk @ Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne
Flaming Youth, Orange Regional Gallery
Freedman Foundation Awards Exhibition, The Depot Gallery, Sydney
The Year in Art, S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney
GBK at Span Gallery, Melbourne
Maintenance; From Space to Place, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art; Plimsol Gallery, University of Tasmania; Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria; et al.
The Lake Project, Taipei Artist Village (TAV), Gallery, Taiwan
Cult Classic, Gertrude Street Gallery, Melbourne
Package Tour, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney
Raiders of the Lost Ark, Master, Major,e(merging), Martin Place, Sydney
The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney
Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Newcastle Region Art Gallery, New South Wales
The University of Queensland Art Museum
Australia Council for the Arts
Private collections in Australia, Asia, Europe and United States of America
PRIZES, GRANTS, RESIDENCIES & COMMISSIONS
YUI-PORT Artist-in-Residence Project, Niigata, Japan (upcoming)
Create NSW, Small Project Grant
Tower of Power, Bondor Commission, Sydney Contemporary
Cloud Nation, Green Square Library Tower, City of Sydney
Asia Link, Tenjinyama Art Studio, Sapporo Japan
Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Projects for Individuals and groups
Readers Digest, QT Designer Hotel, Melbourne.
Te Whare Hēra, International Residence Program, Wellington, New Zealand
Kamiyama Artist in Residence 2015, Tokushima, Japan
Creative Australia Fellowship - Established Artists, Australia Council (Claire Healy)
Rimbun Dahan International Artist Residency
Akioshidi International Artist Villiage, Akioshidi, Japan
Australia Council Fellowship Grant (Sean Cordeiro)
Australia Council, New Work Grant
Australia Council, New Work Grant
Anne and Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarships
Nava Maketing Grant
Australia Council, Tokyo Residency
Australia Council, Berlin Kunstlerhaus Bethanien Residency
Australia Council, New Work Grant
Dyason Bequest, AGNSW
The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship, NAVA
The Helen Lempriere Travelling Arts Scholarship
College of Fine Arts Research Faculty Grant
Australia Council, New Work - Emerging Artist Grant
Australia Council Artist Run Initiative Grant Co-recipients
Australia Council Artist Run Initiative Grant Co-recipients
Australian Post Graduate Award
Gralton. Beatrice, Know My Name. ISBN: 9780642334879 Published: 2020
Andrea, Simpson, ArtsHub, Myth or truth:Do artists feel international engagement is overrated?
Clement. Tracey, Art Guide Australia, Making art as an antidote to panic in Symbiosis. https://artguide.com.au/making-art-as-an-antidote-to-panic-in-symbiosis
Fairly. Gina, ArtsHub speaks with the inaugural Bankstown Biennale Curators.
Davis. Anna, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Artist Voice: Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro https://www.mca.com.au/artist-voice/artist-voice-claire-healy-and-sean-cordeiro/
McDonald. John, The Sydney Morning Herald,Sydney shakes market doubt through the art of optimism https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/sydney-shakes-market-doubt-through-the-art-of-optimism-20190911-p52q78.tml
Wolifson. Chloe, The Sydney Morning Herald, Art show turns up the volume. https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/art-show-turns-up-the-volume-20190911-p52qd2.html
Finn Powell, Lisa. MTNS Made Broadsheet III, Creative Collaboration, Pg 14
Tsoutas, Nicholas. Cosmic Love Wonder Lust, The Imperial Slacks Project, Campbelltown Arts Centre & Sydney College of the Arts
Frost, Andrew. Divided Worlds, Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Pg44
Cosic, Mirium. Divided Worlds Documents Wholeness
Inventario #13 Tutto e Progetto / Everything is a Project, Dec, Pg 138-19
Nicols, Claire. Collaborating across Australia with In Cahoot, Books and Arts, Radio National
Wolf, Ross. The Samstag Legacy, An Artists Bequest, Pg 331
Bond, Anthony. Brand, Michael. Brinkman, Paul. Landmarks, Featuring works
from the Jonah Kaldor Family Collection at the AGNSW
Hacking, Lily. Resident Nomads, Art Zone, New Zealand Art and Design Guide. Pg35
Bond, Tony. Mountain Mapping, Art Monthly Australasia, issue 293, Oct 2016, p42
Packing up and Moving In, Art News New Zealand, Spring edition.
First look at QT Melbourne, Gourmet Traveller, Sept 2016
Architecture AU, http://architectureau.com/articles/two-new-public-artworks-for-green-square/
A Pretty Punk Move, Sturgeon Magazine, Australian art, culture etc, Issue 5
Perception through art, Art Sense Workshop, San Francisco
Radu, Stephanie, Disassembled Houses and Domestic Belongings; ideas of Home in the Works of Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy, Breaking and Entering, The
contemporary House Cut, Spliced and Haunted, Edited by Bridget Elliot, McGill
Queen’s University Press 2015. ISBN 9780773545458
Fenner, Felicity, People Like Us, University of NSW, 1SBN 978073343584
Taylor, Andrew. Imperial Slacks, Reviving the art of macrame, one light plane at time'Sydney Morning Herald, 12 August 2015
B.C Lewis, Talking art to Everglades, Blue Mountains Gazette, February 2015
Habitat,Claire Healy and Sean Codeiro, 19th Rimbundan Residency Exhibition catalogue, March 2015
Higgins,Jo. What Now? Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro, Art Collector, Issue 69, Jul-Sept 2014, pp. 72-75
Blake, Elissa. Capturing animals’ spirits with consumer items. Sydney Morning Herald, July 29, 2014, https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/capturing-animals-spirits-with-consumer-items-20140731-zy7dm.html
McDonald, Venereal Architecture, The Art Life. http://theartlife.com.au/2014/venereal-architecture/
Murney,Annie, Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro: Venereal Architecture, Concrete Playground, https://concreteplayground.com/sydney/event/claire-healy-and-sean-cordeiro-venereal-architecture
Fortescue, Elizabeth, John Kaldor Public Art Projects announces short list for new work, YOUR VERY GOOD IDEA The Daily Telegraph http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/entertainment/arts/john-kaldor-public-art-projects-announces-short-list-for-new-work-your-very-good-idea/story-fniv7r7y-1227015726738
Jennifer Barlett, & Jacqueline Millner, Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, pg122
Mey, Vera, Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro, Habitat 19th Rimbun Dahan Residency Exhibition.
Albert, Jane. Critics’ Choice, Vogue Australia, March 2014, pp. 164
Watts, Oliva. Representations of home, ArchitecureAU.com, April 12 2013
McMahon, Jennifer A. Talking Morals: Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro, Art Ethics in a Material World, (New York and London: Routledge, 2013)
McDonald, John. Form and dysfunction Sydney Morning Herald, November 3, 2012, http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/form-and-dysfunction-20121101-28l1l.html
Davis, Anna. Hou, Hanru. Macgregor, Elizabeth. Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, Sydney : Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 2012
Forrest, Nicholas. Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art, Blouin Art Info, 23 October 2012, http://ca.blouinartinfo.com/node/834932
Aouf, Rima Sabina, Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, http://sydney.concreteplayground.com.au/event/84917/claire-healy-and-sean-cordeiro.htm
Fortescue, Elizabeth. What other reference is there than 9/11?, The Daily Telegraph, September 27, 2012. http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/sydney-news/what-other-reference-is-there-than-911/story-e6freuzi-1226482150772
Omagari, Lisa. Preview: Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, Artist Profile, issue 20, pp. 156-157
de Almeida, Pedro. Excavation : the Armory Exhibition 2012, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, 2012
Kraft, Jessica C. Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy: Par Avion, Art Asia Pacific, issue 78, May / June 2012, p. 161
Feary, Mark. How Yesterday Remembers Tomorrow, ex cat, Artspace, Sydney, 2012
Rameswaram, Sean. 'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram, Dec. 5, American University Radio, https://wamu.org/story/11/12/03/art_beat_with_sean_rameswaram_dec_5/
“Corcoran Gallery of Art presents Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro: Are we there yet?”, Art Daily review, http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=52187
Padua, Pat. “Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro: Are We There Yet? @ Corcoran”, DCist: Arts & Entertainment, https://dcist.com/story/11/12/01/claire-healy-and-sean-cordeiro-are/
Judkis, Maura. "Challenger shuttle explosion depicted in Legos", The Wshington Post: Arts Post
Gilbert, Sophie. “Are We There Yet?” at the Corcoran Gallery of Art", Washingtonian Art Preview
Young, Jeffrey R. "Caught between the moon and a jug of cheese puffs, New Scientist, http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/culturelab/2011/12/caught-between-the-moon---and-a-jug-of-cheese-puffs.html
Tepper, Rachel. "Corcoran Exhibition 'Are We There Yet?' Explores Space Travel With Beer Cans, Legos", The Huffington Post, https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/corcoran-are-we-there-yet-photos_n_1121057?ri18n=true#s508265&title=Are_We_There
Gralton, Beatrice. Claire Healy Sean Cordeiro: Art We There Yet?, NOW at the Corcoran, ex cat, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, America, 2011
Dubrow, Marsha. "Australian artists explore space, junk food, LEGOs at DC's Corcoran Gallery", Examiner
Moore, Christopher. “New Improved Super Gau!”, Contemporary Visual Art + Culture Broadsheet, issue 40.2, pp. 126-128
MorGenthaler, Daniel. “Umsatz mit RiesenmÃ¶beln Die Galeristen ziehen eine verhalten positive Bilanz der 42. Art Basel”, Basler Zeitung: kultur. 18 June 2011, http://bazonline.ch/kultur/art-basel/
Taylor, Andrew. “Smashing idea to put it together again”, Sydney Morning Herald, 27 February 2011, https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/smashing-idea-to-put-it-together-again-20110226-1b990.html
McDonald, John. “An inland sea of creativity”, Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald, 21-22 August 2010, pp. 14-15
Taylor, Andrew. “It's on tape: tower of your doom”, The Sun-Herald, 30 May 2010, p. 37
Millner, Jacqueline. Where we've been, where we're going, why, ex cat, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, 2010
Bailey-Charteris, Bronwyn. “Interview: Claire and Sean”, Das Superpaper, issue 13, 2010
Clark, John. “Setouchi Art Matter”, Asian Art News, volume 20, no. 5, September - October 2010
Millner, Jacqueline. Conceptual beauty: perspectives on Australian contemporary art, Artspace Visual Arts Centre: Sydney, 2010
McDonald John, `Trash or Treasure', The Sydney Morning Herald, 6January 2009, pp.18 - 19.
Allen Christopher, `Look on the Bright Side', The Australian, December 13, 2008.
Contemporary Australia: Optimism, Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane, 2008
Current- Contemporary Art from Australia and New Zealand, Edited and published by Art and Australia, 2008
NEW: selected recent acquisitions, University of Queensland Art Museum, 2008
Fenner, Felicity (ed). Leading Lights, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, College of Fine Arts, UNSW
McPherson, Mark and Pam, Max (ed). HIJACKED, Volume One, Australia and America, Big City Press, Australia, 2008
Clarke Suzanna, `Optimism in the Air', Courier Mail, 8 November 2008, p. 4 - 5.
Wahjudi, Claudia, `Palmen statt Schnee', Der Tagesspeigel, 2 August 2008, NR. 19 982, Kultur, p. 20.
Shadwell, Ian, `One to Watch', Artkrush, Issue 89, 23 July, http://artkrush.com/169722
Kent, Rachel, “ShContemporary 08: Australia and New Zealand”, Art Asia Pacific, v. 59, July/August, 2008 p. 144.
Frost, Andrew, “50 Most Collectable”, Australian Art Collector, January-March 2008 p. 124.
Gibson, Prue, `Double Vision', Vogue Australia, April 2008, p. 120 - 122
Merten, Margaret, “All stars”, Harper's Bazaar Australia, March 2008 p. 201.
Angeloro, Dominique & Dan, “Following the Paper Trail”, Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro - The Paper Trail, Art Gallery of New South Wales Contemporary Projects, Sydney, 2007.
Armstrong, Claire, `Healy and Cordeiro', Art World, Issue 1, October/November, p.110 - 115.
`Bright Young Things', Vogue Living, Nov/Dec, 2007.
Begg, Zanny, “Labour of love: the collaborative practice of Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro”, Artlink, v. 27, n. 4, 2007, p. 32 - 34.
Clements, Tracey, `Yurts So Good', Sydney Morning Herald, 31st August
Craswell, Penny, “Home and contents”, Indesign, v. 29, May 2007, p. 66 - 67.
Crawford, Ashley, `Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy', Australian Art Collector, Issue 39, January - March 2007, p. 122 - 124.
MacAdam, Barbara A., “Object Overruled', ARTnews, December 2007, pp. 124-127.
Messer, Barbara, “A Collaboration to Die For”, COFA Alumni Edition, i. 19, 2007, p. 7.
Nainby, Bryony, eg., ex. cat., Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, 2007.
Palmer, Daniel, “Looking back: Themed projects”, Frieze, i. 104, Jan/Feb 2007, p. 132.
`New07 Interviewed', Broadsheet, March 2007, p.14 - 19
Serisier, Gillian, “The Cordial Home Project - The Art of Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy”, Architectural Review Australia, n. 99, January 2007, p. 44 - 46.
Storer, Russell, “Ten[d]ancy at Elizabeth Bay House”, eyeline, n. 63, p. 16 - 20.
Turner, Jonathan, “Package Holiday”, NEW07, ex. cat. Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2007, p. 42 - 47.
Angeloro, Dominique, `No Fixed Address', College of Fine Arts Magazine, Issue 15, Summer, 2006, p. 18 -19.
Breen, Sally & Tania Doropoulos, Ten[d]ancy: Artistic Interventions for Elizabeth Bay House, ex. cat, Historic Houses Trust, Sydney, p. 14 - 15.
Colless, Edward, `Home And Away', Australian Art Collector, Issue 38 October - December 06.
Creagh, Sunanda, “Open Gallery”, Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum, June 10 - 11 2006, p. 16.
Frost, Andrew, “Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro”, Australian Art Collector, Issue 37, July - September 2006, p. 162 - 163.
Storer, Russell, MCA Collection: New Acquisitions, ex. cat. Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2006.
McDonald, John, “Lights, action, entertainment”, Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum, September 9 - 10 2006, p. 16 - 17.
Mania, Astrid, “Self Storage”, Adventures with Form in Space, ex. cat., Art Gallery Of New South Wales, Sydney, 2006, p. 26 - 27.
Mitzevich, Nick et. al. Strange Cargo, ex. cat., Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, Australia, 2006, p. 26 - 27.
Palmer, Daniel, `Artists Invade History', Real Time, Issue 75, p. 52.
Rees, Simon et. al, small works by Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2006.
Taylor, Jane Burton, “It's hard to let go”, Domain, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 August, 2006.
Wahjudi, Claudia, “There is a Life After the Trailer Park: on Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy's flatpack”, Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, 2006.
Walker, Wendy, “The memorable: ephemeral”, The Anne & Gordon Samstag, International Visual Arts Scholarships, University of South Australia, 2006.
Vickers, Nick, Freedman Foundation Awards Exhibition, ex. cat, Freedman Foundation, Sydney, 2006.
Kandzulak, Susan, `Slowing Down Images for a Quiet Talk', Taipei Times, 13 March 2005.
McDonald, Alex, `Rogue Scholars', State of the Arts, 30 August 2005
Nippard, Cinnamon, `Berlin Calling', The Deepend, abc radio, 12/12/05
`Hey Mr. Postman!', Artlife, November 07, 2005, http://artlife.blogspot.com/
`Thousand Flowers', Artlife, November 05, 2005, http://artlife.blogspot.com/
Situation, September 9, 2005, www.squatspace.com/situation/ Arts Grants Handbook, Arts Western Australia,
The Lake: Towards a Cross-Cultural Dialogue, 2005, Recent Photography, Sound and Text from Australia to Taiwan
Home Invasion- works by Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro, Artspace Australia, introduction by Russell Storer, essays by the artists and David Burrows, Sydney, 2005.
The Cordial Home Project, Artspace, 2005
`Financial Statements', Australia Council for the Arts annual report, 2004 www.ozco.gov.au/arts_resources/publications/ annual_report_2004-05/files/3235/05_financials.pdf
Pond, Merrel, `Old House Part of Artistic Restoration', Central Coast and Midlands Advocate, 11 June 2004
Spencer, Ric, `Picture of a Community', Weekend Extra, the West Australian, 7 September 2004
Toster, Pamela, `Artists in Residence', The Ballidu Boomer, 1 June 2004
`Priorities For the Arts', NSW Ministry for the Arts Strategic Plan, Ministry for the Arts 2004-2007
`The Historic Houses - New South Wales', Architecture Australia, Nov-Dec, 2003
Angeloro, Dominique, `Travelling Circus', The Sydney Morning Herald, 21 August 2003
Bearman, Nicole, `Moving', indesign, November 2003
Chapman, Chris, `Compression Chamber', Eyeline, Winter 2003
De Brito, Sam, `Sculpture Makes a Splash', The Sunday Telegraph, 2 November 2003
Dick, Tim, `Awards', Spotlight, The Sydney Morning Herald, 15 August 2003.
Fordham, Ben, `Astro Boy', A Current Affair, Channel Nine, 26 July 2003
Gallasch, Keith, `Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy', Scan 2003, Real Time, #57, Oct-Nov 2003
Ham, Liz, `Urans House', Oyster, #48, October/November 2003
Hill, Peter, `Sean Cordeiro and Claire Healy', The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 - 20 February 2003
Loxley, Anne, `The Secrets of Air Conditioned Units', The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 February 2003
Mennace, Violet, `Home is where the Art is', Indigo Clarke, November
Morgan, Claire, `Public Art', The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 August 2003
Mottau, Denver, `Housing Affordability Concerns Captured in Art is a Winner', The Paper Issue, Issue No. 63, September/October 2003
Nixon, Sheryll, `Urban Nomad', The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 February 2003
Radio Interview with Cinnoman, Paradigm Shift, 2scr, 7 November 2003
The Sunday Telegraph, 25/5/2003
`The Cordial Home Project', Art Monthly, February 2003
`Oz Artists - Competitor', Oyster World Fashion, Issue 42. October/November 2002
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