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TERRA: A Collection for the Disclaimer Journal

February 4. 2023.

@ Liquid Architecture


Edited by Liang Luscombe, Disclaimer Journal presents a collection of essays in reflection of 2022 exhibition 'TERRA: Memory + Soil' by Pham and Spring. As part of the collection is a published essay by Victoria.

Filament: Speak Percussion

February 9

@ Melbourne Recital Centre


Victoria presents one of three commissioned essays as part of 'Speak Percussion's' Filament Program: A Showcase of Post-Instrumentalism. Book tickets for the performance at the Primrose Potter Salon of the Melbourne Recital Centre now.

beneath water's skin, future drowns memory 

March 1-30. 2023.

@ Seventh Gallery, Melbourne Australia


Victoria presents a new sound and sculpture work 'beneath water's skin, future drowns memory' at Seventh Gallery.

LABYRINTH: Backstage Music AU

March 4

@ Cope St, Woodburn Creatives, Redfern


Victoria co-curates a night of experimental and cutting-edge performances and music showcasing local Australian-Asian artists in collaboration with Backstage Music. This includes artists James Nguyen, Gloria Demillo, Flora Wong, Nicholas Ng and Chloe Chung.


April 29 - October 14. 2023.

@ Fairfield City Museum and Gallery


RE:SOUNDING returns in an exhibition of films and sculpture curated by Sheila Pham,.


July 6 - July 9. 2023,

@ Espace Thorigny, Le Marias, Paris, France


French fashion brand LES DUNES launches their premiere pop-up store and installation in Paris, France. As part of the installation, Victoria presents an immersive soundscape to bring audiences into the world of LES DUNES and presents to the public her first designs for mycelium ikebana vases. These mycelial objects are the first edition release from Victoria's EARTHLY FUTURES STUDIO. 


July 25 - July 29. 2023,

@ Yellow Cube Gallery, Paris, France


Join four five international artists in a group exhibition as an outcome of the European Artistic Program. Pham showcases the first of her sound-sculpture series 'Listening Gardens' combining live plants, mycelial sculptures, projection and sound design. 


w/ Speak Percussion

August 2023


For one month in 2023, Victoria will present four episodes regarding her practice as an international sound artist and composer, introducing audiences to new ways of listening and experimenting. 


presented as a finalist in the Footscray Art Prize 2023

15 July - 17 September 2023.


It is with great pleasure that Victoria's film, sound and sculpture mockumentary, DOMESTICUS VENUS,  has been selected as a finalist in the 2023 Footscray Art Prize. 


17 August - 24 August 2023.

Arts House Melbourne as part of NOW or NEVER FESTIVAL


"An immersive art intervention of sound healing, projection art, guided meditation, and collective rest led by Nap Bishop, Tricia Hersey. ‘The body is a site of liberation’ is the second tenet of the Rest is Resistance framework, and the inspiration for An Uprising of Dreams. Immersed in sound, moving image, and guided meditation, Tricia Hersey invites us into the ‘Dream Space’ stolen by grind culture’s constant need for labour. The experience proves that rest is not a luxury, but a human right and a deliberate rebuking of the oppressive structures that are snatching our humanity. The Nap Ministry is founded on justice, a politics of refusal, and deprogramming from the hustle that capitalism and white supremacy demands. An Uprising of Dreams is resistance in action, a chance to connect with the wisdom of our bodies in a place of slowness and care."

Pham operates as the collaborating artist for this large-scale immersive installations, producing 11 projections and 2.5 hours of sound design. She collaborates with Tricia Hersey, Helen Hale and the Centre for Projection Art. 


1 August - 1 October 2023


Across these months, Victoria will not be working on any artistic works and will be focusing on the conclusion of her PhD dissertation. This work will be carried out in Paris where the bulk of her research collaborations and aims are based. She will not be available for consultancy during this period.

Le Boulevard

12 September. 2023.


Parisian premiere of Pham's work for saxophone and two percussion. Performed by Mary Osborn. 


13 October - 13 December. 2023.

@ CEMENT FONDU, Sydney. Australia


Marking Pham's first solo show in Sydney, Australia, FROZEN FUNGI  presents a series of mycelium artefacts suspended in time and space. This sound and sculpture installation speculates on future materials, the temporal process of fossilisation and how we may make sound. This work is commissioned by CEMENT FONDU for their Project Space. 

A performance activation by interdisciplinary percussionist Niki Johnson will follow the exhibition on November 11. 

Le Champignon Lumineux

December 17

@ Monoblet, France


A premiere of Victoria's work for violin and cello 'le champignon lumineux.' This work will then follow further performances in Paris. 




November 12

@ Old Divinity School Hall, St John's College


Stephanie Childress conducts new works by Victoria Pham and Katrina Toner. Pham's new work 'Temple Song' is composed for sinfonietta orchestra and electronics, inspired by the poetic works of Sasha Sugdale. The work is dedicated to all the women who have walked the stone of St John's College.


October 15

@ Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne


James Nguyen and Victoria Pham present 'Destruction as Conservation' as part of 2022 CARE.

"CARE brings academic expertise, lived experience and artists’ perspectives together for an engaging day of presentation and discussion. Questions of care, or lack thereof, are an urgent focus of the present moment. How do we consider individual, societal, environmental, or institutional systems of care?

Curā, Latin for care, is the etymological origin of ‘curating’ and the basis of western modes of museum practice. This is perhaps most evident in the care of collections, yet curatorial care also extends to care for our artists, participants and the broader communities implicated in creative practice. How we care for artists cuts to the heart of our societal ideals. Outside the sector, the question of adequate care goes to the heart of basic human rights, equity and freedoms — how they are valued and enacted and how that care is accessed, experienced or denied."


October 13

@ Liquid Architecture


TERRA: Memory & Soil
Co-commissioned with Centre for Projection Art, Westspace Gallery and Liquid Architecture

Join us for an afternoon and evening of experimental sounds and performances as part of Liquid Architecture's monthly program, MONO-POLY. Pham guest curates this evening with the support of Debris Facility.


September 11

@ Sydney Opera House

for ANTIDOTE Festival


a RE:SOUNDING project - James Nguyen and Victoria Pham

"You're invited to a series of workshops and performances to re-tune the way we listen. Building on their practice exploring the Vietnamese Đông Sơn drum, artists James Nguyen and Victoria Pham have gathered an interactive assembly of master performers of the Dizi flute, the erhu, the didgeridoo, classic Indian movement, and Mongolian throat singing. Teaching us all to connect with sound systems that might be unfamiliar, RE:TUNING is a generous, experimental invitation to listen beyond the Western scale and dissolve auditory biases. Featuring musicians Chloe Chung, Bukhchuluun Ganburged, Nicholas Ng, Priya Srinivasan and Norm Jurrawaa Stanley, we encourage you to bring along your instruments, voices, ears and hearts, to the songs of our ancestors.

RE:TUNING forms part of the larger RE:SOUNDING research project by James Nguyen and Victoria Pham, which works to reframe our relationship to objects and artefacts in order to produce and offer new, collective experiences and sound traditions."

Commissioned by the Sydney Opera House and Arrow Collective

Produced by Michael Do and Chip Rolley


September 3 - October 16

@ Westspace Gallery


TERRA: Memory & Soil
Victoria Pham & Joel Spring

Co-commissioned with Westspace Gallery, Centre for Projection Art and Liquid Architecture

TERRA: Memory & Soil, is an immersive installation project combining sound, biological-sculpture, architecture and projection. A collaboration between artists Victoria Pham and Joel Spring bring critical interdisciplinary positions within their respective disciplines of evolutionary biology and architecture, bringing vastly different insights into notions of the built environment, history and legacies of colonialism. The artists' seek to interrogate how we remember our past landscapes by transforming gallery spaces into immersive gardens. Their mission is to place indigenous knowledge and diasporic narratives in a central position for knowledge production, cultural exchange and story-telling.

This project is supported by Arts Council England through their Developing Your Creative Practice fund.


December 4 - March 20, 2022

@Australian Centre for Contemporary Art


RE:SOUNDING returns as part of ACCA's spectacular exhibition 'Who's Afraid of Public Space?' You can attend and contribute to the ongoing exhibition from December 2021 to March 2022.


August 11 - September 3, 2022

@Kings Artist Run


Domesticus Venus seeks to interrogate reductive models in archaeological research. By playfully tracking the creation of similar statues from this period into their discovery in the late 1890s and thus proclamation of an object that was intended as a mere toy into the religious symbol of a society labelled as ancient and primitive, this video work challenges modes of academic knowledge-making. This project asks us to consider the question; despite “objectivity” of scientific methods, do we ultimately superimpose our subjective perception of past behaviours and past cultures?

Film and Sculpture Work by Victoria Pham (2022)

10’20’’ minutes, Single Channel video with 2-channel sound

5 clay “Venus” figurines installed with faux museum plaques

Narration by Robert Attenborough and Victoria Pham

Curated by Aaron Claringbold and Rebecca McCauley 

Supported by STRAY VOLTAGE, City of Melbourne


December 4 - March 20, 2022

@Australian Centre for Contemporary Art


RE:SOUNDING returns as part of ACCA's spectacular exhibition 'Who's Afraid of Public Space?' You can attend and contribute to the ongoing exhibition from December 2021 to March 2022.


June 2 - August 7 2022

@Wyndham City Art Gallery


As part of the Wyndham Art Prize 2022 where Co Gai Mau Do is being exhibited as a finalist. Opening June 2 - August 7, 2022, at the Wyndham Art Gallery, Victoria. Curated by Olivia Polini. 


May 27, 2022

@Powerhouse Museum


SCREENING: 5-9pm, this Thursday 19th of May at the Powerhouse Museum as part of Sydney Writers' Festival: POWERHOUSE LATE. Curated by Joel Sting. Do head there to check out all the other amazing works, screenings and events all for free as part of the Sydney Writers Festival! 



December 3 - 5, 2021

@Tate Britain


My photograph 'Family From of a Box' has been selected to be exhibited as part of 'Late at Tate Britain: Life Between Islands,' lovingly curated by the Tate Collective team. 

PSALM 24 (Premiere by St John's Voice)

November 1. 2021.

St John's College Chapel, Cambridge


A new commission from St John's Voices and Graham Walker for an a cappella choral work 'Psalm 24' is being premiered by the St John's Voices as part of the All Souls Day Service at St John's College, Cambridge. 


October 1-16. 2021.

Zao Tang Gallery

Paddington, London.

I am honoured to have been selected as the featured artist by STIGMA and LOCAL COLLECTIVE for the Zao Tang Pop-Up Gallery Exhibition in London. My new film, poetry and sound work, Co Gai Mau Do, will premiere and be exhibited alongside an incredible group of UK, Asian and female artists!!


September 10-25. 2021.

Motion Sickness Projects

I am delighted to say that two oil paintings of mine, MEKONG I and MEKONG II (oil on board) will be exhibited as part of a Group Exhibition at MOTION SICKNESS PROJECTS, Cambridge. Come on down to Motion Sickness Projects, Lions Yard, Cambridge UK so check out all the works! 


August 1. 2021.

The DECLASSIFY Podcast returns for Season 2: The Aftermath! Join me as I continue this exploration challenging the seeming restraints of classical music from August 2021 through to February 2022. You can listen to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, here on this website and on YouTube. 


August 1-9, 2021

1 Cité Griset, 75011 Paris

I am delighted to say that my video work 'IMPRESSIONS' has been chosen to feature as part of the EPHEMERAL ETERNITÉ Exhibition in Paris. Thank you for including me as one of your Guest Artists! 


July 15 2021

Samstag Museum of Art

The RE:SOUNDING project returns in conversation about materiality, museology and discussing ways in which to challenge, expand and represent "traditional" modes of cultural and object representation. This talk is a part of the Samstag Museum of Art's 2021 Symposium of talks including international academics, artists and thinkers.  



25 May - June 26 2021


RE:SOUNDING returns in 2021 and we're back at Footscray Community Arts Centre! We kick off with a month-long exhibition as part of Footscray Community Arts Centre's series CONNECT ONE and this time... for a live performance!!


19 May - 8 July

@Gallerie V, Cambridge

It's my first SOLO exhibition!!!!

I will be presenting two video and sound works, IMPRESSIONS and U JARDIN QUI REVE DU PRINTEMPS, and unveiling my photography series IF YOU TURN YOU CAN SEE ME from my time as the photo-documenter on a 2018 archaeological expedition to Kantarodai, Sri Lanka


April 23 - July 17

Samstag Museum of Art

RE:SOUNDING returns in 2021 IRL! This time for an exhibition celebrating the rematriation of their Vietnamese Dong-Son Drum through music and sound at Samstag Museum of Art. 


April 24-25


Fable and Food presents another seasonal concert! This time, we celebrate the 120th anniversary of Beatrix Potter's 'A Tale of Peter Rabbit,' Please RSVP for our free concert to experience our Peter Rabbit inspired 3-course meal and 30 minutes of new, experimental sound design, music and film!


March 31


Something super exciting! Fable Arts launches SOLOS - a series all about celebrating new, exciting, unexpected voices and bizarre ideas. For 2021, we welcome a series of 7 online presentation, concerts and exhibitions showcasing some of the coolest young voices from Australia! 


January 30-31

Fable and Food presents its second seasonal concert: WINTER! This time featuring a premiere of my work 'A Dreary Night in November' Movement 1 for cellist Daniel Pini, and our featured musician, saxophonist Mary Osborn.

RSVP for your FREE ticket and concert package HERE




January 25th

The final episode of Victoria's podcast DECLASSIFY, Season 1 Episode 14 is realised, featuring music critic, Harriet Cunningham


January 22 - February 21st


RE:SOUNDING returns in 2021, and for the first of its physical exhibitions for the year! We kick off with a month-long exhibition as part of Footscray Community Arts Centre's series CONNECT ONE.

To access all of Victoria's past programming prior to 2021, please contact her here.

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