Our People




Tom Mùller - Artistic Director | Co-Founder
Tom Mùller is a multi-disciplinary artist working across installation, sculpture and a renewed practice of art within the public realm. In 2012 he was appointed curator at PSAS in Fremantle where he continues to curate an expansive program by pushing the boundaries of contemporary practice. He has been the recipient of numerous Australia Council New Work grants and a mid-career fellowship through the Department of Culture and the Arts. In 2010, Big City Press published a major monograph on his work, Tom Mùller, Rhythms in the Chaos spanning ten years of active practice.

Corine Van Hall - Program Director | Co-Founder
Corine van Hall has worked in the visual arts for over 25 years as a practitioner, project manager and exhibition coordinator. She is currently an Art Coordinator for the WA State Percent for Art Scheme and is the Public Art Coordinator for the City of Fremantle where she is implementing the City's commitment to commissioning new public art. Prior to this Corine was the Manager for the Mark Howlett Foundation and Exhibition Coordinator at Fremantle Prison and the Art Gallery of WA.

Ned Beckley - Contemporary Music Curator
Ned Beckley has a diverse body of work that spans electronic performance and recordings, soundtracks and sound design for film and TV, installation, dance and various multimedia frameworks. His work has been commissioned and published by The Australian Ballet, Warner Music, Netflix, ABC, Sony, National Geographic and Screen Australia. He has studied cinema at Melbourne University and worked at the National Film & Sound Archive. His Past and current work has also involved production and playing live alongside international touring acts such as Jon Hopkins, Pantha Du Prince, Colin Stetson, Nightmares On Wax and Lapalux under the electronic alias Lower Spectrum.

Claire Montgomery - External Affairs
Connecting Government, private enterprise and the arts, Claire uses her advocacy skills to build partnerships and community collaborations. Claire is responsible for co-ordinating communications between key stakeholders, engaging media, creative, web and editorial services to promote the Fremantle Biennale. In between her earlier corporate marketing and financial communications roles, you may have caught Claire hanging with the bison at the Nature Conservancy in Colorado or shooting a classic regatta off sunny Greek islands. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Marketing.

Dawit Eshete - Web & Social Media Coordinator

Jessee Lee Johns - Web Developer