Samantha Arnull is an Artist who creates work that explores human frailty and reflections on the natural world; her work presents across sculpture, film, installation and works on paper. Samantha attended Art School at the University of Newcastle where she obtained a Master of Fine Art which she completed on exchange at the Bauhaus University in Germany. Always travelling and collecting she is now living in Thirroul on the Coal Coast and making work at the Timbermill Studios, in Bulli. Samantha is a teacher at Sydney Secondary College, Blackwattle Bay, Glebe; endeavouring to engage and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students through the HSC curriculum; concentrating on literacy, numeracy, Visual Arts, Photography and Aboriginal Studies. Samantha often uses text in her work; literally presenting questions but really seeking answers, she asks you to ponder, “the map is not (always) the terrain.” She is a founding member within a group of Artists, known as @activatedwalls whom regularly make site-specific work on the façade of La Piadina in Bondi. Samantha has been involved in the project for 4 years, creating paste up photographs and drawings spanning the building.