Jennifer Sun Baulch
Jennifer Sun Baulch (b. 1993, AU) is an artist and metalsmith living and working in Naarm/Melbourne. Her work draws on personal memory and psychotopography to explore relations between the mundane and the cosmic in human experience. She received a Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) from RMIT in 2020. She was the recipient of the Wolf Wennrich prize for silversmithing in 2019 and the Reflektor Magazine Award in 2020.
2013-2017 Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne
2017-2020 Bachelor of Fine Art (Gold and Silversmithing), RMIT University
2020 Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours), RMIT University
2021 Unbounded, Radiant Pavilion, Melbourne (online)
2020 RMIT BFA Honours Graduate show, RMIT Melbourne (online)
2020 Over Seas house show, 82 Melrose St North Melbourne
2019 RMIT BFA Graduate show, RMIT University, Melbourne
2019 Jewellery Alert, Group show, Radiant Pavilion, Melbourne
Hammered Into Clouds, Assembly Point, presented with RMIT Gold and Silversmithing
for Craft Cubed
2018 Object Narratives, First Site Gallery, Melbourne.
2017 Objective, First Site Gallery, Melbourne.
2020 Reflektor Magazine Award
2020 RMIT Vice Chancellor's Award for Academic Excellence
2019 Wolf Wennrich prize for Silversmithing
RMIT University W.E.H McMillan collection