After working for over 10 years in architecture and interior design, Tina Fox moved to Sydney in 2011 and expanded her private practice into visual and public art. Her work is currently concerned with reinterpreting craft techniques into new forms and territories that are more relevant to the modern world. She has been working specifically with crochet for over five years and she has exhibited large public textile sculptures in Sydney for Vivid, The North Sydney Art Prize, Harbour Sculpture and The Sydney Architecture Festival.  She is currently one of the studio artists at the TWT Creative Precinct in St Leonards, Sydney, and works regularly with North Sydney Council to develop local projects. She is now focusing her research on combining crochet, medical imaging and digital technologies to expand the language and mechanisms of textile practice.