Her exhibition work is represented in the national and state art collections and in private collections in Australia and the United States of America. She has participated in prestigious invitational exhibitions including the McClelland National Sculpture Survey & Award, Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Tokyo Biennale, Adelaide Biennial, Sydney Perspecta and Fleurieu Art Prize. Influential post graduate teachers in New York included Sol Le Witt, Richard Serra and Lucy Lippard. Influential under graduate teachers were Dora Chapman, Geoff Wilson and Sydney Ball.
Worth's art practice is founded on a love of the physical world, a student appreciation of pure mathematics, and a fascination with the effects of movement and sound. The achievement of balance, between the physical world and individual perception, is central to her creative approach and output.
Works for exhibition focus on interaction that connects place, experience and memory through materials of the physical world combined with movement and sound. The new works create a mind space where the real, the remembered and the imagined merge to become a personal theatre.
MARGARET IS A GRADUATE of the SA School of Art and Adelaide University and received a Masters Degree in Fine Art at Columbia University New York.