Luff’s work encompasses site specific installations, public art, community workshops and commercial exhibitions. Her formal qualifications include a B.VA (Hons) ANU 2006; and a Grad Dip. Voc.Ed & Training, CSU 2012. A career highlight was Luff’s completion of three major commission works for “The Great Southern Line ANZAC Stories”, a project by Southern Tablelands Arts involving much community consultation and collaboration with historical researcher, Dr. Mary Hutchinson. The works are installed at three regional railway stations and commemorate the WW1 service of NSW Railways workers.
Luff will use her skills in community consultation to explore how forced isolation and social restrictions have disrupted normally family life and the increased reports of family and domestic violence. Drilling down into these problems will frame the creative direction of a sculptural installation.