Barbara is a leading curator for art in the public domain, acting as curator and project manager for art in architecture and infrastructure projects of the City of Sydney, the State of New South Wales and the Australian property development sector. She identifies artists, matching their art to sites, and once a project is underway, manages the process to ensure the realization of works of quality and significance. Projects current include Sydney City Centre as curator to City of Sydney; Quay Quarter Sydney with AMP Capital; and Central Park with Frasers Property. As Curatorial Advisor to Barangaroo Delivery Authority and Lendlease Barbara was responsible for identifying and selecting artists to implement art in the public domain at Barangaroo South. As curator to Mirvac for Jenny Holzer’s seminal project I STAY (Ngaya ngalawa) at 8 Chifley Square Barbara identified Holzer for the project and oversaw the implementation of the work which plays on a four-sided 19-meter high transverse beam and comprises 65 running hours of text devoted to the writings of Aboriginal Australians. Barbara’s early jobs were in museums in Germany (1975-77) and she was owner of galleries in New York (1980-94) and an executive with Gagosian Gallery, New York (1994-98), before relocating to Sydney in 1996.