Tango Conway & Amelia Skelton

Tango Conway and Amelia Skelton are two young emerging artists currently practicing as a collaborative pair in Sydney, Australia. The pair completed their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture at the National Art School, where they executed their first collaborative project, 88 Howard Street. Together, they won the Sculpture by the Sea Award for their debut installation at The NAS Graduate Exhibition and have since exhibited an installation for Art Month at Down/Under Space in Chippendale and shown in Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi with their first large scale public work. Conway and Skelton are notably interested in everyday objects and how they can personify space, utilizing satire as a means to convey meaning and narrative.


The Clitheroe Foundation Mentorship Prize , 2017
Sculpture by the Sea Award, 2016