Tintin Wulia

 

TINTIN WULIA: MAKE YOUR OWN PASSPORT, IMA

Posted 28/11/2018

Tintin Wulia's project Make Your Own Passport (2014-) will be held as part of the First Thursdays event series at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane. The event will take place from 6-9pm on 6 December 2018. Find out more here.

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RICHARD BELL, TINTIN WULIA: VISIBLE AWARD LONGLIST

Posted 15/11/2018

Projects by Richard Bell and Tintin Wulia have been included in the Longlist for the 2019 Visible Award. More information can be found here.

TINTIN WULIA: Reinterpreting the Senses panel discussion, Griffith University Art Museum

Posted 10/02/2018

Tintin Wulia will be particpating in a panel discussion 'Reinterpreting the Senses' at Griffith University Art Museum at 6pm on Tuesday 13 February. More information can be found here

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TINTIN WULIA: interview in Art Monthly

Posted 08/12/2017

 Tintin Wulia has been interviewed by Tess Maunder for Art Monthly Australasia (Issue 304).

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Tintin Wulia: 'If The City Could Speak' State Library of Victoria, Melbourne

Posted 29/09/2017

Tintin Wulia's multi-channel sound installation, Untold Moments - Act 3: Luxembourg, is included in 'If The City Could Speak', an exhibition curated by Emily Siddons at the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne. The exhibition explores interactions with architecture, public spaces, and urban environments. More information here.

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Tintin Wulia: Representative for Indonesia at the 57th Venice Biennale

Posted 13/05/2017

Tintin Wulia will represent Indonesia at the 57th Venice Biennale: 'Viva Arte Viva' with a new work 1001 Martian Homes. The biennale will unfold over the course of nine chapters or families of artists, beginning with two introductory realms in the Central Pavilion, followed by another seven across the Arsenale through the Giardino delle Vergini. 120 of the invited artists are from 51 countries; 103 of these are participating for the fir

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Zach Blas and Jemima Wyman, Raquel Ormella, Tintin Wulia: Material Politics, IMA

Posted 13/05/2017

New work by Raquel Ormella, Tintin Wulia and a collaboration between Zach Blas and Jemima Wyman feature as part of 'Material Politics' at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane. The exhibition reflects on a longstanding tendency in Australian contemporary art to work with an economy of means.