For over three decades Rox De Luca has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions. Recent projects include 2021 On REvolution, Gallery Central, Perth, solo exhibition 2020, Still gleaning for plastics, on the beach, Articulate project space, Sydney and Contour 556 in Canberra. Previously, Gleaning for plastic, on the beach for Art+Climate=Change, Melbourne, 2019; Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, 2013 and 2016; Hidden Rookwood Cemetery, 2016; Sentient Visibility at Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Sydney; Vivid at Chapman, Melbourne; Making: memory at Articulate, Sydney and solo show Gleaning for plastic, on the beach, 2016 at Articulate. The artist has been awarded the Gunyah Residency this year (2021). Previously, awarded a Fremantle Art Centre Residency, 2019, and has been a finalist for prizes including the Ravenswood Women's Art Prize; Fisher’s Ghost Art Award and Deakin Small Sculpture Award. De Luca received a Bachelor of Arts (Visual) from Canberra School of Art (1985) and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Administration, University of NSW (1988).