Olivia Webb is an artist and musician of Dutch-Pākehā descent based in Ōtautahi. She loves working with others and is most interested in questions about how we live together. Her recent artworks explore identity and belonging through participatory projects which foreground practices of listening.
Olivia appreciates how Gap Filler projects create opportunities for people to feel more connected to where they live and active in their communities.
Olivia holds a Ph.D. in Art + Design from AUT University and has performed and exhibited internationally as an artist and vocalist, She enjoys singing sacred music with her local choir each week. Recent exhibitions and performances include Resilience Training (SCAPE Public Art, 2021); Anthems of Belonging (Christchurch Art Gallery, 2021; The Dowse 2020; St Paul St Gallery, 2019); Lapides Vivi (Edinburgh Art Festival, 2016); Miserere Mei (Brick Bay Sculpture Trail, 2016); In Paradisum (Oceanic Performance Biennial, Cook Islands 2015); and Scale (Te Tuhi Art Gallery, 2015).