Amy Claire Mills is an artist, curator, and producer who resides in Sydney and works on the unceded Gadigal and Wangal land. Her art practice focuses on advocacy, identity, and resistance, which is influenced by her experiences as a disabled woman. Through her work, Amy explores disability culture and its social and political impacts, taking on both the role of an artist and subject. Her artworks serve as a form of protest, introducing new vocabularies such as softness, tactility, empathy, and care.
Since graduating with a Fine Arts Degree from UNSW, Amy has collaborated with community and art organisations, local councils, and national institutions to curate and produce exhibitions and community events focusing on embedding access and greater representation for disabled artists. Amy has exhibited in different artist-run initiatives (ARI’s) across Australia.
Pronouns: She/Her
Instagram: @amy_claire_mills