Alex Cuffe describes herself as a ‘non-practising’ artist, born on the land of the Gadigal peoples of the Eora Nation (Sydney). Her practice deals with disintegrating and reintegrating autobiographical material, unravelling story and context from emotionally haunted objects. Her outputs are often conversational, written or spoken, and with an auxiliary interest in the production of music. Cuffe recently had her first solo show in six years at TCB that has been temporarily paused due the Melbourne coronavirus pandemic lockdowns. She currently is studying her masters in psychotherapy in Naarm.