The Team



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 Director of Programs at PS Art Space in Fremantle where he continues to develop an expansive program by pushing the boundaries of contemporary practice. He has been the recipient of numerous Australia Council 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. In 2017, he co-founded and directed the first incarnation of the Fremantle Biennale, High Tide 17.

Corine Van Hall – Executive Producer | Co-Founder
Corine van Hall has been a practitioner, project manager and exhibition coordinator. Corine is a member of the WA State Percent for Art Scheme panel and has previously held curatorial and project management positions with the Mark Howlett Foundation, Fremantle Prison and the Art Gallery of WA. She is currently the Public Art Coordinator for the City of Fremantle where she is implementing the City's commitment to commissioning innovative public art.

Katherine Wilkinson – Program Director
Katherine Wilkinson is an arts producer and curator with an interest in socially-engaged, collaborative and site-responsive art practices. Alongside her role with the Fremantle Biennale she is the Curator & Project Manager at DADAA and Special Projects Coordinator at Fremantle Arts Centre. Previously she was the Creative Producer for Perth Festival's project, Five Short Blasts (2019), and Curator of Know Thy Neighbour, a series of Perth-based context-responsive art projects presented by International Art Space. She has worked on independent and collaborative projects, with a range of institutions including, Artsource, the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, the Perth Public Art Foundation, the City of Melville, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and the Venice Biennale. Katherine works, lives and swims on the lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation.

Kate Hulett – Communication Director
Kate Hulett manages creative space activation projects in WA (under the moniker, MANY Projects) - with a focus on repurposing disused spaces into artist studios, large-scale maker workshops and retail propositions - specially targeted at the small, creative business sector. Working closely with Councils, building owners, developers and local communities to deliver positive social outcomes, she is also a member of the Destination Marketing Working Group for the City of Fremantle. Holding a Degree in Psychology, Kate has over a decade experience in the UK working in Public Affairs, stakeholder management and community engagement for blue chip companies and award-winning marketing agencies. Kate also owns the Fremantle concept store, Kate and Abel, runs her own-label hat brand, St Saviours hats, and co-owns the earring company, Pierce, I love you.