Tintin Wulia

1001 Martain Homes (still) 2017, Single-channel video projection, surveillance camera, telematic structure, screening room, 38:01 min, dimensions variable
Installation view of '1001 Martian Homes' 2017, Tintin Wulia: 1001 Martian Homes - Indonesian Pavilion at 57th Venice Biennale
1001 Martian Nights (still) 2017, Single-channel video projection, surveillance camera, telematic structure, screening room, 38:01 min, dimensions variable
Tintin Wulia's 1001 Martian Homes at Venice Biennale 2017 2017, Video interview, Representing artist of Indonesian Pavilion, Tintin Wulia spoke with CoBo about her 1001 Martian Homes at Venice Biennale 2017
Five Tonnes of Homes and Other Understories 2016, Installation, mixed media (cardboard, ink, metal), Dimensions variable, Installation view at Art Basel Hong Kong. Image courtesy Osage Gallery.
Some Memory Prevails 2019, Papilio ulysses butterfly, nylon monofilament, split-shot sinker, silver insect pin, abaca hinging tape, acrylic mirror, acrylic monomer and powder, glass dome, pedestal, 37 x 40 cm
Installation view 2017, Material Politics, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
Great Wallpaper No. 470/I/Sbki/67 2008, Watercolour mural, Dimensions variable
Installation view of 'Not Alone' 2017, Acrylic, LED lights, electroluminescent wires, PIR motion structures, surveillance camera, telematic structure (Venice and Jakarta), single-channel video projection, Dimensions variable, Tintin Wulia: 1001 Martian Homes - Indonesian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale 2017
Invasion 2008, Kinetic installation with magnets, string, razorblades, paper, Dimensions variable, Photo by He Xiangning Art Museum.
Installation view of 'Make Your Own Passport' 2014, Interactive installation with hand-made passports, paper, string, Dimensions variable, Art Stage Singapore
Odong Dangding (Prototype) 2014, Modified Odong-Odong, Installation view at ACMI Federation Square, Melbourne.
Nous ne notons pas les fleurs, Fort Ruigenhoek (Performance view) 2011 (in progress), Participatory performance with installation of growing flowers, 24-hour, security camera and monitors, Dimensions variable

Brisbane-based artist Tintin Wulia (b. 1972, Denpasar) is internationally recognised for her socio-political artworks that are often interactive and participatory.

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