Education
2018                Ph.D. by Research - School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia
2014                Bachelor of Visual Art [Honours] (First) - Adelaide Central School of Art, South Australia
2013                Bachelor of Visual Art - Adelaide Central School of Art, South Australia
Major Exhibitions
2018                Protocol - Cool Change Contemporary, Western Australia
2017                Studies of Nature - FELTspace, South Australia
2015                After Alexandria - CACSA Project Space, South Australia
2013                Event Horizon - Carclew Youth Arts, South Australia
Selected Group Exhibitions
2014                Breaking Silence - Adelaide Central School of Art, South Australia
2014                Hatched 2014 - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Western Australia
2014                FELTmaps - Port Adelaide, South Australia
Publications
2018                Ash Tower and Ingrid Hoofd. "Academic Time." In Gender: Time, edited by Karin Sellberg. Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks. Farmington Hills: Macmillan Reference USA.
2016                Ash Tower and Sasha Grbich. “Lent and Borrowed: Risk and Distributed Authorship in Tertiary Studio Research.” In ACUADS 2016: Adaptation. QUT Creative Industries Faculty, Brisbane.
2015                “Guernica and the Impossibility of Objects.” fine print, Issue #5: The Object
2015                ‘Incidents and Situations: Artworks as Empirical Case Studies’ - Conference paper for NEWMATS 2015, Melbourne, Victoria.
2015                ‘Laboratory Life Revisited’ - Conference paper for Neolife SLSA, Perth, Western Australia
2014-19           Assorted Catalogue Essays
Residencies
2015                SymbioticA: The Centre of Excellence in Biological Arts, University of Western Australia
Awards
2017                FELTspace Philanthropic Fund
2016                ACUADS Postgraduate Scholarship
2014                Tracey Whiting Award for most Outstanding Graduate Student [Hons]
2013                James Martin Award for most Outstanding Graduate Student [BVA]
2013                Carclew Youth Arts Project and Development Grant