Gabby Loo is an emerging multidisciplinary artist and community arts facilitator. They are a second-generation migrant of Shan and Hakka ancestry living on Whadjuk Noongar boodja. Their artistic practice involves documenting and reinterpreting fragments from personal history, localities and intersectional identities.
Alongside their arts practice, Gabby co-runs the ongoing community arts project Belonging with local artist and curator Aisyah Sumito. Belonging is a Noongar boodjar based community arts initiative with an aim to provide a safe space for artists to express ideas of self and identity, to make art, and to have a voice - with a particular focus on platforming Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) youth.
Gabby is also a Co-Director and Gallery Attendant of Paper Mountain, CaLD Youth Reference Group Member of headspace Armadale, and creator of the CaLD & ATSI Creatives of WA online community group.