Domenica’s practice explores themes of deep time through figuration, symbol and metaphor. Referencing nature mysteries, archaeology, and oral histories, her work investigates the notion of place and time. There is a tension within her work which draws influences from her heritage; bordering somewhere between tradition and progression, belonging and displacement. Her work is a series of observations on the intersections between these and other things.
Domenica holds a Bachelor Degree in Fine Art (BA, Distinction) from RMIT University Melbourne and a Diploma in Painting and Printmaking from Melbourne Polytechnic (formerly NMIT).
In 2016 Domenica curated and exhibited in a major group exhibition; MODERN MYTH at Counihan Gallery. Recent solo exhibitions include FLOWERS SLEEP AT NIGHT (Antipodes), STRANGE MUSIC (Incinerator) and finalist selections in the Mary and Lou Senini Award (McClelland Sculpture gallery), EMERGING ARTIST AWARD (45 Downstairs) and SHE (Walker St Gallery).
Domenica's artworks are held privately in collections throughout Australia and also in Tokyo, London and New York.