Aida Azin*

Aida Azin is an artist based in Naarm of the Kulin Nations (Melbourne, Australia).

Her practice engages with her Filipino-Iranian heritage and promotes the importance of pride in self-representation for People of Colour. Azin graduated from honours in fine art at the University of South Australia in 2017. Most recently, Azin exhibited in the group show A sinking feeling (the politics of risk) at Blak Dot Gallery (Melbourne). In 2016 Azin received the Carclew Project and Development grant for research to travel to the Philippines where she held a solo show Everything is stolen at Project 20 in Manilla which was re-shown at Fontanelle (Adelaide). This was followed with another solo show in 2017 titled Enormous blind spots at Format (Adelaide). Azin has spoken on panel discussions addressing race, diasporic experience and the role of women of colour in feminism. She works from her studio in Footscray.

For enquiries email:

Lonely God, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne. 

enormous blind spots, Format Gallery, Adelaide.
The Kid in Me, John Harvey Gallery, SA.
Everything is Stolen, Fontanelle Gallery, SA.
Everything is Stolen, Project 20, Manila, the Philippines.
Kalahati Kidz, Grace Emily hotel, Adelaide.

A Sinking Feeling (the Politics of Risk), Blakdot Gallery, Melbourne.
Critical Mass: Locked In, Blakdot Gallery, Melbourne. International Citizen, T1 Adelaide Airport, SA.
Acetate, Mr Goodbar, Adelaide. [sic] Rose, Flinders Medical Centre, SA.
A Walk in the Park... and other Calamities, SASA Gallery, Adelaide.
I’ll Be Alright Without You,
Format Gallery, Adelaide.
[sic] Rose
, Praxis, SA.
Home Thoughts from Abroad, Praxis, SA.
Mother, Tongue, Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide.
Six Contemporary Artists, Floating Goose Gallery, Adelaide.
4:24, Project 20, Manila, Philippines.
Spots and Stripes, RSPCA Benefit Exhibition, The Mill, Adelaide.
Single Use, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide.
Open Inspection, Floating Goose Gallery, Adelaide.
Leisure, Fontanelle Gallery, SA.
Atlas, Adelaide Botanic Gardens Bicentennial Conservatory, Adelaide.
Chromazone, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide.
Content Unavailable, The Mill, Adelaide.
Baboon Ritual, Café Troppo, Adelaide.
Exit, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide.
Graduates Exhibition, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide.
Postered, Tooth and Nail Gallery, Adelaide.

Photo: Andre Castellucci
Website: Tyrone Ormsby