A black and white photo taken from a bird's eye view of Pierce Eldridge. Pierce holds their knees to their chest atop a rock surrounded by water. Credit courtesy of artist.

Pierce is a curator, dramaturg and writer working between Australia and London with an interest in building new practices of interdependence, finding connections between the socio-eco-political crises we currently face and tending toward those through the ethics of listening, caring, queering and decentralising. Her approach explores activism, non-dualism and sovereignty.

Pierce has been involved in projects for Victoria and Albert Museum, Camden Art Centre, El Warcha, Studio Scilicet, Studio Wayne McGregor, Darwin Festival, Supercell Festival, BLEACH* Festival, NextDoor ARI, Modern Times, Worms Magazine and Publishing, MAP Magazine, Fortified Journal, Luncheon magazine, Further Reading, Gillian Jason Gallery, Antiuniversity Now, and Pop Up North Queensland festival. She is a Distinction Graduate of MA Curating Contemporary Art from Royal College of Art London, 2022.

Pierce is currently Creative Producer of a major Creative People and Places (CPP) program funded by Arts England called 'Three Rivers Bexley'; founding editor of SISSY ANARCHY; features and trans literary editor of Worms Magazine and Publishing; and co-founder of The Compost Library.

Pierce is the dramaturg of SUB, a new contemporary dance by artist Ashleigh Musk with GUTS Dance and co-dramaturgical support of Dr. Léuli Eshrãghi. Pierce and Ashleigh are the 2023 Fellows for the Artist in Residence in the Everglades (AIRIE) exploring the entanglement of ecology and dramaturgy in the Everglades.

The Unconformity acknowledges the palawa people as the original and traditional custodians of lutruwita/Tasmania. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this land.