Carolyn McKay is a visual artist, curator and academic. She completed her Masters by research at Sydney College of the Arts and PhD at the University of Sydney Law School where she currently lectures in Criminal Law and Procedure. Both her academic research and her visual arts practice relate to technologies in the criminal justice system and prisons. Carolyn’s solo exhibitions in Newcastle and Sydney include Reports of Crime, etc., etc., at both The Lock-Up (2010) and Mosman Art Gallery (2011). In 2014 she was invited to exhibit in A very fine river: Convict stories from the Hunter at Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery. Carolyn curated Anakhronismos (2012) for Waverley Council and initiated Doing Time (2015) with the Sydney Institute of Criminology.