Naomi Troski is a Melbourne based artist who has exhibited in Australia and overseas. She received a BSc from Monash University, completed a BAFA (Hons) First Class, from Central St Martins College of Art and Design in London and gained her MFA from Monash University in Melbourne.
She curated and is presenting work in the current group exhibition A Daily Circus, that is part of the Dirty Dozen 2019 programme for the City of Melbourne. Prior to this she co-curated a group exhibition, Unhidden with Kali Michailidis, that was held at the Counihan Gallery in Brunswick. They were recipients of a Japan Foundation grant in 2017 that enabled them to bring together both local and overseas artists.
In 2018 she was a finalist for the Deakin University Small Sculpture Award. She has had a number of solo shows and has been included in group shows in Australia, USA, UK and Japan. She was selected for the Wyndham Art Prize, MCollection Art Award, ScenicWorld Artprize, Substation Contemporary Art Prize and was a recipient of an ArtStart Grant.
She has completed large scale public sculptural commissions and her work is held in a number of private collections.