My Le Thi was born in Buon Ma Thuot, Central Highland of South Vietnam. She came to Australia in 1985.  Studied Arts at the Northern Territory University and Art Management at the University of Technology in Sydney. She also has much training in digital art and teaching.  She practices her art in multi-media in installation, painting, sculpture, sound, music, animation, digital and video. Her work concerns about human conditions and in many aspects her work speaks about all walks of life and against racism and discrimination. Her work was selected as one of the HSC case studies since 2004 and was included in many major exhibitions in Australian, USA and many Asian and European countries.

Apart from practicing multi-media art since 1986 she also works as a set designer, a performer, a musician, art consultant, project coordinator, a curator and an art teacher for over ten years. She is one of the founders and director of Ian Bowie Association which helps young people in the performing arts. 

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Digital art

Ted Tindley sings Cry Me a River, a collaboration with Australian musician, Azo Bell.

Disturbulence, a collaboration with Australian musician, Azo Bell.


Ian Bowie portrait in pencil

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