Talleres ♦ 2016.10 – Julie Gough « MAM CHILOÉ

Talleres ♦ 2016.10 – Julie Gough

Unsettled exhibition, Julie Gough's installation.

Talleres en Residencia MAM Chiloé octubre 2016 – artista que nos visita desde Tasmania con su proyecto “BLACK MATTER” (Materia Negra).

La residencia de Julie se llevará a cabo entre el 18 y 31 de Octubre 2016.

BLACK MATTER / Durante su breve residencia en el MAM Julie buscará responder a las convergencias y diferencias culturales entre Chiloé y Tasmania. En particular, tendrá en cuenta las experiencias paralelas de la colonización, las similitudes notables entre las especies de plantas en ambas islas, así como las relaciones de interconexión con el mar. En Chiloé Julie va a desarrollar parte de un trabajo ‘en proceso’, para recoger huellas e impresiones, tomar notas, fotografías, vídeo y sonido como parte de su archivo portátil para continuar su obra al regresar a Tasmania. La visita de Julie a Chile y esta residencia es parte del proyecto en curso “Black Matter”, concebido por la curadora chilena independiente, residente en Tasmania, Francisca Moenne. Black Matter (o Materia Negra) conecta las artes y comunidades creativas de Tasmania y Chile, desde la base de nuestra relación de tiempo profundo, evidente por la existencia del Gondwana original como un lugar geográfico.

During her brief residency at MAM Julie will seek and respond to environmental and cultural convergences and differences between Chiloé and Tasmania. In particular she will consider parallel experiences of colonization, the notable similarities between plant species on both islands, as well as interconnecting relationships with the sea. At Chiloé Julie will be working-in-process, to collect traces and impressions, make notes, photographs, video and sound as part of her portable archive to continue to make artworks with upon returning to Tasmania. Julie’s visit to Chile and this residency is part of the ongoing BLACK MATTER project, conceived by independent Chilean, Tasmanian based, curator Francisca Moenne. BLACK MATTER connects Tasmanian and Chilean arts and creative communities from the basis of our of deep time relationship, evident by our original Gondwanan existence as one geographic place.  

  • Más sobre Julie en su Sitio Web o puedes ver una selección de sus videos en Youtube.

JULIE GOUGH / Julie Gough (b. 1965) is an artist, freelance curator and writer who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. Her research and art practice often involves uncovering and re-presenting conflicting and subsumed histories, many referring to her own and her family’s experiences as Tasmanian Aboriginal people. Current work in installation, sound and video provides the means to explore ephemerality, absence and recurrence. Since 1994 Gough has exhibited in more than 130 exhibitions including Julie Gough: Collisions, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of West Australia (2016), With Secrecy and Despatch, Campbelltown Gallery, New South Wales (2016), Border Crossings, SASA (South Australian School of Art) Gallery, Adelaide and Galway Arts Festival (2016), Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia, Harvard Art Museum (2016), Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2013; undisclosed, National Gallery of Australia, 2012; Deadly – In-between Heaven and Hell, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, 2012; Clemenger Award, NGV, 2010; Biennial of Sydney, 2006; Liverpool Biennial, UK, 1999; Perspecta, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1995.  Julie is represented by Bett Gallery, Hobart and her work is represented in many Australian public art collections. Gough curated TESTING GROUND (2013), Tayenebe: Tasmanian Aboriginal women’s Fibrework, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the National Museum of Australia (2009 – toured  to 2012), The Haunted and the Bad, Linden – St Kilda Centre for Contemporary Arts (2008),  and was on the curatorial team for INSIDE: Life in Children’s Homes, National Museum of Australia (2011).  A former curator of Indigenous art at the National Gallery of Victoria (Australia) (NGV) Gough holds a PhD (2001) and BA Hons (1995) in Visual Arts from the University of Tasmania, a Masters degree from Goldsmiths College, University of London (1998),  BA (Visual Arts) Curtin University (1995), BA (Prehistory/ English Literature) from the University of West Australia (1987).  Julie is currently on a research residency at the Musée de Quai Branly in Paris (April – June 2016) searching for Tasmanian Aboriginal objects brought to France in the 19th century.

Unsettled exhibition, Julie Gough's installation.

* (imagen de arriba) Julie Gough / 
TOMALAH 2015 
(video, HDMI, mp4, 16:9, H264, 1080p, sound, 4:50 min:sec, edited by Mark Kuilenburg) 
/ TIME KEEPER  2015
 Bruny Island bull kelp (Durvillea potatorum), sand, twigs and Lomandra longifolia, Oyster Cove Dianella tasmanica, collection of the National Museum of Australia / 
Exhibited in: Unsettled – stories within (group exhibition), National Museum of Australia, 2 December 2015 – 28 March 2016 URL: link / Image by George Serras

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