Artists today no longer seem bound by movements and instead simply draw or create whatever appeals to them.
The Truth about the Truth, Doggerfisher, Edinburgh – UK
Triangle Land , Dee Glasoe, New York – USA
Her works are held in the Saatchi Gallery ,  Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zürich, the Tate ,  the British Council collection.,  the Arts Council Collection, Le Corsortium Dijon, and New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester.
The Tate exhibition includes a series of four one-day events (called "Prologues"), aiming to "introduce and provoke debate" around the Triennial’s themes. Each Prologue includes lectures, performances, film and a manifesto text and attempts to define what the curator sees as the four main facets of Altermodern  
Quilty’s work in the NGV Triennial, High Tide Mark 2016, is an exciting new acquisition for the Gallery. The painting depicts a single life vest, rendered in a vibrant palette of lush orange and red paint. At the invitation of World Vision Australia, Quilty travelled to Greece, Serbia and Lebanon in 2016 with author Richard Flanagan to witness firsthand the global refugee crisis. On a beach in Lesbos, Quilty observed a ‘high-tide mark’ of bright orange sea-safety vests, discarded by Syrian asylum seekers as they reached the shore, having made the short but perilous journey across open ocean from Turkey. For Quilty, the vest symbolises the ‘ocean of humans that have moved across those waters’, themselves dislocated and dispersed like the castoff vests. 1