PARTICIPANT / Tintin Wulia

  • Name Tintin Wulia
  • Country Indonesia
  • Vocation Not Available
  • Education Not Available
 

Born 23 November 1972 in Bali, Indonesia
Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia
PUBLIC COLLECTION
Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, the Netherlands
GALLERY REPRESENTATION
Motive Gallery, the Netherlands
EDUCATION
2007-2011
Candidate, PhD (Fine Art)
RMIT University, Australia
(recipient of Australian Postgraduate Award)
1991-1998
Bachelor of Engineering (Architecture) – second upper class honours
Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia
1995-1997
Bachelor of Music (Film Scoring) – Magna Cum Laude
Berklee College of Music, USA
(recipient of Berklee Achievement Award; Dean’s List)
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS / SCREENINGS / BROADCASTS
2009
• Beyond the Dutch, Centraal Museum, the Netherlands (upcoming)
• 38th International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands
• Jakarta Biennial, Indonesia
• Some Rooms, Osage Gallery, Hong Kong
• Kompilasi, Bus Gallery, Australia
2008
• Tea Pavillion, Guangzhou Triennial, China
• Invasion, Motive Gallery, the Netherlands (solo show)
• Be[com]ing Dutch, Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, the Netherlands
• 30th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, France
• Landing Soon #5, Cemeti Art House, Indonesia (solo show)
2007
• Geopolitics of the Animation, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Spain
• Taipei Film Festival, Taiwan
• 12th International Media Art Biennale, Poland
• Mapping the City, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, the Netherlands
• Plug In #21, Van Abbemuseum, the Netherlands (solo show)
2006
• Hiding City, Seeking City, FACT at Liverpool Biennial, UK
• Everything’s OK, The White Cube, NorrlandsOperan, Sweden (solo show)
• Trial Balloons, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, Spain
• Archipeinture, Le Plateau, France
• Jakarta Biennial, Indonesia
2005
• Spaces and Shadows, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Germany
• Yokohama Triennial 2005, Japan
• 9th Istanbul Biennial, Turkey
• Insomnia, Institute of Contemporary Arts, UK
• 34th International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2004
• Indonesia under Construction, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, the Netherlands
• 9th Pusan International Film Festival, South Korea
• Reformasi: Indonesian Artists After Soeharto, Singapore Arts Festival, Singapore
• 11th New York Underground Film Festival, USA
2003
• Worms Festival 5: House, Plastique Kinetic Worms, Singapore
• 8th Manchester International Short Film and Video Festival, UK
• 19th Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Germany
• 16th Singapore International Film Festival
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• SBS Eatcarpet, Australia
2002
• SBS Eatcarpet, Australia
• Festival Film Video Independen Indonesia 2002, Indonesia
• Melbourne Fringe Festival 2002, Australia
2001
• SBS Eatcarpet, Australia
2000
• Festival Film Video Independen Indonesia 2000, Indonesia
SELECTED AWARDS / GRANTS / COMMIS SIONS / RESIDENCIES
2009
• Khoj Bihar – Khoj International Workshop, India (upcoming)
• Lure, commissioned by Osage Gallery, Hong Kong
2008
• Residency, Market Value project at Preston Market, Australia
• RMIT Postgraduate Research Development Grant, Australia
• Travel Grant, French Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia
2007
• Residency, Cemeti Art House, Indonesia
• Australian Postgraduate Award, Australia
• Have a Cup of Tea/Meet My Dead Grandfather, commissioned by Asia-Europe Foundation, Singapore
• OpenAccess, Open Channel, Australia
• My 24 Hours: Australia, commissioned by Fubon Educational and Cultural Foundation, Taiwan
2006
• How the World Began, commissioned by Theatreworks Singapore
2005
• Residency, 72-13/International Centre of Asian Arts, Singapore
2004
• Residency, Goethe Institut Göttingen, Germany
• Travel Grant, Goethe Institut Jakarta, Indonesia
2003
• 1st Special Mention, 19th Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Germany
• Travel Grant, British Council Jakarta, Indonesia
2002
• Best Film (SET Awards) and Best Technical Achievement (Kuldesak Awards), Festival Film Video
Independen Indonesia 2002, Indonesia
2000
• Best Conceptual Film (Kuldesak Awards), Festival Film Video Independen Indonesia 2002, Indonesia
SELECTED TALKS / LECTURE-PERFORMANCES / WORKSHOPS
2009
• Sustainability, the Nation-states and Immortality: a short history of mosquito and an even shorter one of us,
lecture-performance at 3rd Cultural Crossings symposium, Cleveland State University, USA (upcoming)
• Artist Talk, Bus Gallery, Australia
2008
• Exquisite Corpse in the war zone: micropolitics in the theatre of military action, presentation of paper in
progress at Re-imagining the Urban Habitus symposium, RMIT University, Australia
• Sustainability, the Nation-states and Immortality: a short history of mosquito and an even shorter one of us,
lecture-performance at Cultures of Sustainability symposium, RMIT University, Australia
• The Name Game – or the years of living with no one to blame, lecture-performance at Indonesia Ten Years
After conference, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
• Artist Talk, Cemeti Art House, Indonesia
2007
• My 24 Hours: Australia documentary workshop, Australia
• Reel Revolution 2007 exquisite corpse video poem workshop, Singapore
2006
• Tweedles and Twidella children musical, Indonesia
2005
• Take 5! guerilla filmmaking workshop, Singapore History Museum, Singapore
• The Adventure of Flo and Kat chain-animation workshop, International Centre of Asian Arts, Singapore
• Lecture-performance at Politics of Fun, Yokohama Triennial, Japan
• Artist Talk, Spaces and Shadows, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Germany
• Where would SEA Eyes go? – the Future of Southeast Asian Cinema, 34th International Film Festival
Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2004
• Artist Talk, Flying Circus Project, Singapore
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• Development of Indonesian Short Films, 3rd Asian Film Symposium, Singapore
• Artist Talk, Singapore Arts Festival, Singapore
• The Adventure of Flo and Kat chain-animation workshop, Humpty Doo Primary and Corrugated Iron Youth
Arts, Australia
2003
• The Adventure of Flo and Kat chain-animation workshop, NTT PEP, Indonesia
• The Adventure of Flo and Kat chain-animation workshop, 19th Hamburg International Short Film Festival,
Germany
SELECTED REVIEWS
C-Arts Magazine, Vol. 08, Jill Wong, “Some Rooms”: A Curatorial Experiment
Time Out Hong Kong Issue #24, Doretta Lau, Eye Spy: Passport to discussion
C-Arts Magazine, Vol. 05, Agung Hujatnikajennong, Tintin Wulia: Crossing Borders, Exploring Spaces
The China Post, 27 Jun 2008, James Donald, Cigarettes and Pad Thai
De Groene Amsterdammer, May 2008, Koen Kleijn, Geheimzinnige invloed – Nationale identiteit
Reformatorisch Dagblad, 23 Jun 2008, Marieke Luiten-van Meijeren, Rauw Cynisme
The Straits Times, 15 Nov 2006, Hong Xinyi, The adventures of Tintin
The Substation online magazine, Sep 2006, Audrey Wong, Cracking the “Diaspora” Code – A different view
Artforum, Nov 2006, Pablo Llorca, “Trial Balloons”: Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla Y Leon
Umelec International 1/2006, Magdalena Ujma and Joanna Zielinska, Global Locality
Los Angeles Times, 11 Dec 2005, Arden Reed, Art and politics at the crossroads
Art in America, Dec 2005, Eleanor Heartney, Artists in the city: engagement with the urban environment and the
local public was the theme of this year’s Istanbul Biennial
Artlink Vol 26 No 1, Alison Carroll and Caroline Williams, Istanbul Biennale – the 9th Istanbul Biennial
The Jakarta Post, 5 Jul 2003, Zora Rahman, Tintin moves between continents
SELECTED CATALOGS
Landing Soon #5: Tintin Wulia, 2008, ISBN 978-979-25-5646-9
Geopolíticas de la Animación/Geopolitics of the Animation, 2007, ISBN 978-84-8266-735-5
Globos Sonda/Trial Balloons, 2006, ISBN (MUSAC) 84-935132-3-7
Yokohama 2005: International Triennale of Contemporary Art – Art Circus, Jumping from the Ordinary, 2005
Istanbul – 9th International Istanbul Biennial, 2005, ISBN 975-7363-44-8
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Inside Indonesia, online, October 2008, The Name Game – or the years of living with no one to blame – writer
Landing Soon #5: Tintin Wulia, 2008, ISBN 978-979-25-5646-9 – editor, co-designer
SEA Images, ASEF online magazine, 2004, Bangkok’s nights show shorts: Notes from the multicolored 8th thai
short film and video festival – writer
The Jakarta Post, 19 Oct 2003, Short circuit: Eating, drinking and inhaling short films – writer
Minikino Shorts 2: Indonesia Raja, short film compilation VCD, Minikino, 2003 – writer/editor
Minikino Shorts 1: Candid Truth, short film compilation VCD, Minikino, 2002 – writer/editor
Musik dari Film Jakarta Project, original soundtrack album, Warner Music Indonesia, 2001 – composer

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