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Taylor Reudavey (b. 1994) is a multimedia artist, writer and performer. She was raised on a wheat and sheep farm north of Wubin, Western Australia, and currently lives and works in Perth.

She has exhibited with major institutions including Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery (2018) and Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (2017), as well as with artist-run-initiatives Paper Mountain (2018), Moana Project Space (2017), The Hive Art Space (2017) and Free Range Gallery (2016). She was artist-in-residence at Curtin University in 2017 and has an upcoming residency at Cool Change Contemporary.

Taylor is currently co-editor of Cactus Journal and contributed an essay for Issue #2: Games (2017). She contributed a chapter to Remembering Artemis (2018, UWA Publishing), edited by Gemma Weston. She participated in the Seventh Writers Program (Melbourne) in 2018 and has written several exhibition catalogue essays since 2015.

She graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Art (Fine Art) (Honours) in 2015. She is currently a PhD (Fine Art) candidate, also at Curtin University, under the supervision of Dr. Bruce Slatter and Dr. Francis Russell. She is a recipient of the Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship.