Invitation image: Justine Khamara, Rotational Affinity (2013)
'Vertigo' opens at POSCO art museum, Seoul, for the final stop on its Asian tour. If you are in South Korea, please stop by to view the four video works I am showing as part of this wonderful exhibition curated by Claire Anna Watson and presented by BLINDSIDE ARI and Asialink.
I'm thrilled to be part of "Vertigo"- a touring exhibition curated by the indefatigable Claire Anna Watson. The exhibition tours Indonesia, Taiwan and South Korea throughout 2014. The exhibition features works by Boe-lin Bastian, Cate Consandine, Simon Finn, Justine Khamara, Bonnie Lane, Kristin McIver, Kiron Robinson, Kate Shaw, Alice Wormald et moi.
More info and catalogue available here:
Some install shots of last year's c3 show here- http://www.c3artspace.com.au/tania-smith/
Looking ahead to a full 2014... Hoping to complete my Masters in Fine Art at Monash University's Art, Design and Architecture faculty in early 2014 (watch this space) and then part of an exciting touring exhibition throughout Asia (watch this space again). And then, back to the studio for realz to make some new work, the first of which to show at BLINDSIDE ARI mid-year. 2013 has been wonderful- highlights including shows at Screen Space (thanks Simone and Kyle for your support!), c3 (thanks Jon Butt), the Channels Festival of Video Art (long live Channels! Sah proud to be part of it... thanks Jessie and co), QView public projection at Albury City Council as well as the Ballarat Foto Biennale.... Now time to get the glad rags on to send in the new year (briefly), before getting back to the library and that darned thesis...
Untitled (refrain) was an installation of performance videos exhibited at c3 Contemporary Arts Space at the Abbotsford Convent in July this year. The videos were displayed on five CRT televisions and DVD players and documented a range of performances in a costume designed in collaboration with Kiki Ando. The performances enacted a state of jouissance, a stolen moment of bodily pleasure, a dance-like gesture of delight. One of the performances took place in the site of the installation itself, captured on the gallery's closed security system and greeting the visitors as they entered the gallery space. Many thanks to Jon Butt from c3 for his assistance with the exhibition and the lovely Darebin Waste Transfer station employees, who were generous with their assistance in acquiring the many tv and dvd players used in the exhibition.
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