Australian artist Jayne Dyer is based in Sydney and Beijing. Her exhibition and award experience over 15 years is committed to inter-cultural collaborative exchange, particularly between Australia and Asia. Her practice incorporates text, photographs, objects, drawing, audio and video, with a focus on installation; and includes individual and collaborative projects, museum installations, commercial exhibitions and large scale permanent public and prívate commissions. Exhibitions in Asia and Australia include Kinmen Peace Memorial Park, Taiwan, 2011; Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, 2011/09; King Street Gallery on William, Sydney, 2011/09; Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne; Today Art Museum, Beijing, 2010; Keumsan Gallery, Seoul, 2010; The Book Project, featured artist, Seoul International Print Photo Art Fair, 2009; Artspace, Mackay, 2009; Zibo Museum, Shandong, 2009; Taipei Artist Village, 2008; Elizabeth Bay House Museum, Sydney, 2007; Lingnan University, Hong Kong, 2007. Recent awards include Fubon Art Foundation, 2010; Australian Commerce and Industry Office, Taiwan, 2009; Australia Council for the Arts new work grant, 2008. In 2005 Dyer received a Commonwealth of Australia PSM for contributions to the arts & education.