Isabelle Sully is an Australian artist that works across art making, curating and writing. Her context-based practice revolves around the social, economic and administrative mediation of publics within and through the frame of art. In 2017 she received an MA (Art Praxis) from the Dutch Art Institute and published the essays ‘At the Edge of the Frame’ in Kunstlicht, Amsterdam, and ‘The Anonymous Donor: On the work of Christopher D’Arcangelo via a curatorial problematic’ in Un Magazine, Melbourne. She recently co-curated the exhibition Catalogue at MAMA, Rotterdam (2018); participated in Walgenach, Isabelle, Faysal, Micha, Robin Hood and 100,000 past exhibitions, at Rib, Rotterdam (2017); and held the solo exhibitions Guest Book at West Space, Melbourne (2016), and Slang at TCB Art Inc., Melbourne (2015). Alongside her practice, she is the editor at Publication Studio Rotterdam—a print-on-demand publisher operating within an international network of distribution.