Anna Dunnill is an artist and writer working in Perth, Western Australia. Her practice investigates the nature of language and communication, with forms including drawing, text, embroidery, small sculpture and tattoos. Her first solo exhibition was Notes Toward a Universal Language, held at Paper Mountain in July 2013.
In addition to a solo art practice, Anna collaborates with fellow artist Renae Coles as Snapcat. She also writes and publishes critical articles, catalogue essays, short fiction and poems.
You can contact her via annadunnill [at] gmail [dot] com, or follow her on twitter, which she might get better at updating soon.