Stephanie Radok is a practising artist, writer and curator. Her work combines observation of the everyday with investigation of systems of knowledge and display. She first exhibited her artwork at the Experimental Art Foundation in 1977 in The Women's Show. Her latest solo show was The Museum of Domestic Botany at Fabrik in Lobethal in 2020. Her 2011 solo show The Sublingual Museum at Flinders University Museum of Art brought 300 of Radok's works together with 40 works from the collection by Goya, Utamaro, Otto Pareroultja and other amazing artists. Radok has published widely in Australia, working as an editor and art critic for many years for Artlink magazine and The Adelaide Review. Her non-fiction book An Opening: twelve love stories about art was longlisted for the inaugural Stella Prize for writing by women. She is the author of the SALA book on Julie Blyfield. Her latest book Becoming a Bird: untold stories about art was also published by Wakefield Press. Her artwork is in the collection of the National Gallery in Canberra, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Flinders University Museum of Art.