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  • Organization : Nine Dragon Head's
    Andelic Outdoor Ali Bramwell Indoor Yoo Jung Hye Indoor Jessy Rahman Quartiar Kam Yeon Hee Quartiar Susanne Muller Performance Shin Yong Gu Performance Neil Berecry Brown Conference Kim Yi Sun Conference Chae Myung Sook Work Shop Moon Sang Wook Work

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  • Details of Nine Dragon Heads 2007
    Geojedo Island http www geojerotour com 2 Indoor Exhibition 1 st Phase 12 nd 14 th Cheongju Art Center 2 nd Phase 15 th 24 th Geoje Art Center Exhibition 12 nd 14 th Open 12 th 17 00 Closing 14 th 18 00 Participation Theme Exhibition for all artists who participating in Nine Dragon Heads 2007 Quartair Exhibition Curator by Jessy Rahman Art Works Visual Art Installation Performance Video Art Artists responsible for bringing suitable work and setting up their own work also you can make an art work or installation directly in exhibition hall during period If you would like to work that way please send your concept by mail beforehand Cheongju Art Center Exhibition hall is 2 different hall Hall A 8m high x 450m 2 Hall B 3 high x 450m 2 Geoje Art Center Exhibition hall is 3 5m high x 600m 2 3 Performance Art Performance are will be divided as below 1st Phase indoor 12 nd Cheongju Art Center 2nd Phase outdoor 15 th Geoje Art Center Participation Artists who were invited for Performance and who wish to participate Available Equipment Audio Sound Beam Projector Light indoor only 4 Conference 1 st Phase 12 nd Cheongju Art Center 2 nd Phase 15 th Geoje Art Center Special talks Nine Dragon Heads by Park Byoung Uk Come ashore by John Lyall Quartair by Jessy Rahman and conference open to anybody who wishes to introduce their works Available Equipment Slide Video Beam Projector internet etc 5 Neo Nomadic Party Culture Survey Neo Nomadic Party is one of the concept of Nine Dragon Heads Each Artist brings Wine or Liqueur Cheese Sweet etc that is a speciality from their country and we will have party during on Nine Dragon Heads Culture Survey will be held 16

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  • Nine Dragon Heads in Island
    had to be levelled and destroyed by the excavation The Saemangeum Project will construct a 33 km sea dike using 19 474 000 sqm of material This will require 130 000 15 ton trucks to remove rock and soil from three major mountains Haechang Shinsi and Viung In particular 3 838 447 sqm of material was exploited from Haechang National Park The fact that 19 474 000 sqm of stones and soil was exploited for building 18 kms of sea dike tell us that to complete the 33 km sea dike an additional 16 228 333 sqm of material is needed In addition the internal construction of the sea dike will require an infinite number of stones The Saemangeum Project is not only destroying the sea environment but also mountain land areas Since 1985 20 exploitation projects used 88 691 736 sqm of stones from 150 small and large mountains in Korea And 19 exploitation projects excavating 52 989 403 sqm of stones is needed for building a 33 km sea dike Therefore we can conclude that stones needed for the Saemangeum project are 68 of the stones required for the former 19 projects This calculation indicates that the Saemangeum Project would be the largest exploitation project in the world resulting in damage to the mountains coastal wetlands and national parks SOS Save our Saemangeum wetlands campaign by KFEM members at Saemangeum 5 The People in North Junla province protest the Saemangeum project because of the damage to their regional communities People in charge of the Saemangeum Project argue that the people of North Junla Province support the Project However this is not completely true When the project was first proposed local support might have existed because of alleged inflated benefits of the Project But after the Shiwha Lake disaster many local residents realized that the Saemangeum Project would eventually destroy their environment Thus the local people launched a consolidated effort to stop the Project Since 1996 the Korean Federation for Environmental Movement KFEM studied the people living in Shiwha Lake area KFEM published its findings in a book titled What Happened to the People in Shiwha lake This book showed that the people of Shiwha lake initially believed that life would better with the completion of the project This belief was based on the government s promised benefits from the project However after completion of the project the Shiwha Lake residents had to flee their homes and earn a living elsewhere People in Gunsan Kimje and Buan in North Junla province have also begun to flee their homes for the past 10 years as in Shiwha Lake On 15 March 2000 one thousand people in Buan County held a media event demanding the termination of the Saemangeum Project and to restore community life This action directly connects protection of the regional communities with totempole festivals and the campaign for preservation of Saemangeum mudflat The people protesting the Saemangeum Project launched in 2000 and we expect that anti project campaign to spread through out the province This campaign will demonstrate the government s intention to damage regional communities and force them out of their hometowns 6 The Saemangeum Project is for the Ministry of Agriculture The Saemangeum Project faces opposition from the public and the local area residents while the Ministry of Agriculture wishes to continue it The Ministry tries to create the impression that after the completion of the sea dike a mud flat will exist and house all kinds of life This is partially true as a mud flat will form ten thousand years or more later Additionally the sea dike will change water flow and cause coastal land to sink The Saemangeum natural environment will be forever changed According to Korean Environmental NGOs many people in North Junla Province demand the repeal of the Saemangeum Project while the Ministry of Agriculture attempts to show the necessity and importance of the project thru the press and public This material from the Ministry seeks support for current projects from the local people and the media In February 2000 Mun Dong shin the Chairman of Korea Agricultural Rural Infrastructure Corporation KARICO reported the status of the Saemangeum Project to the Blue House Presidential House In his report the Chairman stated that if the Saemangeum Project is not repealed Korea would waste national tax money damage environment and lose the trust of the public According to statistics in 1989 5 899 tons of shellfish were harvested from the Saemangeum mudflat But in 1996 this harvest decreased by 84 5 to 978 4 tons For instance the short necked clam harvest decreased from 1 000 tons to 60 70 tons After completion of the sea dyke all kinds of wildlife such as shellfish seabirds and earthworms would disappear from the mudflat Thus white shellfish and short necked clam could not be caught and sold in the market in Buan County As a result the North Junla local government and the Ministry of the Agriculture are threatening the Blue House and Koreans to sustain their project that is wasting a large amount of tax money Therefore we can no longer remain silent about the Saemangeum Project s waste of tax funds and damage it causes to the environment and regional communities We must remember that the Saemangeum mudflat is a valuable heritage from our ancestors This heritage must be passed down from generation to generation to enjoy Therefore we declare that the Saemangeum mudflat must be preserved to keep the mudflat alive Date 7 th June Performance Performance by Quartair Jessy Paul Tom Erik Rachel Elisabeth Pitertje Harold Hose In 1653 the first Dutch arrived in Korea 36 sailor shipwreckend on the Korean coast They were not allowed to leave korea after 13 years they escaped because of the Korean isolationistic policy at that time In 1907 the first Korean diplomat came to the Netherlands to protest to the Japanese invasion came to the Hague because one of the first meetings of what was later going to be the united nations was held there Since 1653 this Korean isolation was doomed to fail and hostile army from abroad Missionaries and later Pop Culture Capitalism anti Globalist environmental activist entered Korea and because of this influenced Korean society to where it is today With the Come Ashore performance we went to symbolize these different influence on Korean society Please Wait Wait Stop Performance by Ali Bramwell the title phrase was written on a public street using a broom and water The act was carried out as fast a physically possible running short distances with the heavy bucket of water between bursts of hurried writing activity While writing the words in Hangul I called the phrases out in English simultaneously becoming increasingly breathless from my efforts The white pavement held a great deal of ambient heat from the hot day and I had difficulty recording each phrase before it began to evaporate The speed of the evaporation underlined the meaning of the spoken and written text and lent the activity more intensity Clearly there was no time to linger all traces of the activity were completely gone within minutes The translation of these three phrases in Korean graduated in intensity also The first was formal and polite asking courteously for forbearance in the respectful way you would address an elder Please Wait the second is phrased more casually and informally speaking with less respect an instruction given to an equal Wait the last is imperative it is abrupt and actually rude in tone an order not a request Stop By the time I was writing the last word sweating and huffing from effort my audience was also calling for me to cease without knowing the meaning of the text I was using several persons were asking that I stop Human Ashore Performance Installation by Max Buhlmann Come Ashore Performance and Installation by Alois Schild Jangjado Island s Hyang Ga Performance by Biro Joszef Concept Exhibition Venue Fisherman Observatroy at Sunyoudo Island small space approximate 3 3m2 Ursula Stalder Jessy Rahman Alois Schild Susanne Muller Rachel Bacon Elisabeth De Vaal Ali Bramwell Erik Jan Ligtvoet Erik Jan Ligtvoet and Tom vink Jusuf Hadzifejzovic Pitertje Van Splunter Hose den Hartog Max Buhlmann Paul Left Gordana middle Jusuf Right Up Rachel Save Saemangeum Wetlands South Korea introduce by KIM Jung Im Volunter of KEMF Dear friends from all over the world My name is Kim Jung im and I am from South Korea I am very pleased to meet everyone Currently I am a 12th grader in Haksung Girl s High School preparing for the university entry examination I live in a place called Ulsan which is a highly industrialized city This gave me a specific interest in the environment ever since I was just a kid and later I was encouraged to join and volunteer for an environmental group called the Korean Federation for Environmental Movement KFEM I learned much about the Saemangeum tidal flat through my activities When it comes to tidal flats I used to think about mud cosmetics and other frivolous things But after volunteering I realized the great importance they have in our lives serving as a natural sanitation facility purifying the river which flows into the sea Imagine what would happen without them Our seawater would be so polluted that it would be extremely difficult for fish and other sea creatures to survive Since I love seafood this would be particularly sad for me In South Korea we have a sea called the Yellow Sea And there we have a great tidal flat called Saemangeum which the government is planning to destroy through reclamation Four individuals representing religious leaders such as Catholocism Buddhism Protestantism and Won buddhism performed a Three steps One bow movement to save our Saemangeum The Three steps One bow is a true meditation and also a peaceful campaign Have any of you have ever performed an oriental bow In Korea it is a way to show respect to our elders on occasions such as major holidays The religious leaders performed the Three steps One bow from Buan where the Saemangeum is located to Seoul for over two months on asphalt roads Nobody thought they would succeed Even young people would have had a hard time with this But the 4 priests astonished us all The astonished not only us but perhaps even the whole world They completed the Three steps One bow in sixty five days No one could have witnessed this movement without tears This all started out with just the two of them As this campaign started to catch everyone s attention many citizens joined including the Minister of Environment and the Minister of Culture One day during lunchtime I heard the news that Reverend Su kyoung had fainted this really interrupted my lunch It was probably the hardest time of the campaign I fell into tears after thinking about the pain that they were suffering A few days later I heard the surprising news that Revered Su kyoung had come out of the hospital to rejoin the campaign It was a dangerous situation for the old man to continue but he came back on a wheelchair Why would he continue fighting instead of taking care of himself Father Moon and Reverend Su kyoung cried for hours when they entered Seoul city after about 60 days just watching them over the Internet was so touching It wasn t a matter of reunion Those tears were more than a feeling Extreme pain fear will love How can this be expressed in words So I wanted to see and feel Saemangeum for myself It took a long time to persuade my parents and then off we went The fourteen hour drive knocked us out It pained my heart thinking about how hard it was for those who did 3 step 1 bow If Saemangeum were to be destroyed nothing would survive Eighty percent of the sea wall construction has already completed but the tidal flat is still breathing Clams Crabs and wreath shells were still living there On my last visit I noticed that the clams were opening their jaws appearing as though they were not concerned about the imminent disappearance of their dwelling On the sidewalk there were many trucks and piles of stone looking like the mountains that had been demolished to make the Saemangeum sea wall It occurred to me that the birds trees flowers and animals living in those mountains would lose their territories as did those living in the wetland I don t think that people are aware that we need to cherish the lives of these animals as much as we cherish the lives of our loved ones Afterward I started thinking about what can I do for Saemangeum In class Saemangeum was a big issue so we had research papers and presentations on the issue several times This project seemed unstoppable to us after the astronomical amount of money that had been spent so far on it STOP Save our Saemangeum wetlands campaign by KFEM members at Saemangeum We volunteer environmentalists could find no answers even after discussing the issue many times On Environment Day June 5th President Roh announced that the Saemangeum project would be continued an announcement that further discouraged and annoyed us At that time one alternative arose organizing worldwide sentiment to Save the Saemangeum We thought that by appealing to worldwide sentiment we could stop this project I was so happy when I heard the news that an environmental group in U S Global Response started a worldwide letter writing campaign on Saemangeum in addition to sending letters to President Roh Over 30 International environmental groups like Friends of the Earth International Sierra Club Japanese Wetland Action Network Birds Australia and Third World Network helped our domestic movement and have sent the President Rho over two thousand statements letters and emails I felt as if I got a long waited present from Santa and that the work was finally getting done Indeed environmental groups have struggled hard They went to Saemangeum and dug up the sea wall and had to fight to defend themselves against the construction personnel who injured them There were severe struggles some became bloody as some pro reclamation residents beat one protestor We are still sharply divided over the issues Many local residents near Saemangeum believe that reclamation bring them economic growth through creating new land To Youth all around the world why don t you help the struggling Saemangeum to survive We are young and powerful The solution is simple send an email to your friends neighbors and relatives to request that they join a signature seeking campaign and send letters to President Roh For more information you can come by the sight www wbkenglish com Doesn t it sound easy In Korea the Bicycle campaign teams are bringing attention to the Saemangeum project as a follow up of the 3step 1bow campaigns We hope that the Saemangeum project will be stopped with the effort of those at home and overseas Put forth all our strength These small steps of us young people can save the Earth for future generations Let us strive for peace in Saemangeum Set up Indoor Exhibition Cheongju Art Center Iliko and Max Ursula Stlader Jessy Pitertje Elisabeth Chae Myung Sook Son Biro Jozsef Rachel Bacon Ali Bramwell Susanne Muller Elisabetn de Vaal Kim Wha Jin Gordana Andjelic Galic Kim jong Gu Lee Kwang Ho and Shin Kam Yeon Hee Ali Bramwell Paul Donker Duyvis Max Buhlmann Alois Schild Susanne and Park Elisabeth and Curator Shin Yong Gu and Gordana Andejlic Park Hyun Hyo Hose Den Hartog Tom Vink and Pitertje Kim Nan Young and Lee Kwang Ho Pitertje van Splunt Korean Tea Ceremony Opening Music by Lee Byoung Wook Oulim Group Opening Remarks Roland Viotti Swiss Embassy M General Gerhard Bruegger NNSC So Young Performance by Pang Hyo Sung Performance by Biro Jozsef Performance by Chae Myung Sook Performance by Jessy Rahmann and Susanne Muller Introduce Paul Donker Duyvis Harold De Bree Jusuf Hadzifejzovic Shin Yong Gu Biro Jozsef Performance Jusuf Hadzifejzovic Guest Max Buhlmann Elisabeth De Vaal Jessy Rahmann Performance Biro Jozsef Guest Kam Yeon Hee Performance Shin Yong Gu Come Ashore Photo Album Written By Rachel Barcon At the very beginning I decided not to take any photographs I usually have a camera with me a small one like a mechanical journal for visual note taking to use only when I see an interesting crack in the sidewalk for instance or an absurd road sign But the digitalization of the moment making it possible to take more snapshots than you could ever dream of being able to digest suddenly got to me Paradoxically it s even my obsession with documentation that made me reluctant to look through the lens perhaps something to do with a feeling of awkwardness due to the disturbing similarity with hoards of clone like package tourists even though we as artists all tend to pride ourselves on being as unique as possible To be honest I m now sorry I didn t take more pictures Because other people s pictures are just not the same as one s own they don t can t capture the memories in the same way that I recollect them And in the end we all seem to want to try to hold onto what we remember about things especially that which was wonderful and inspiring like this journey to and through Korea So what I m left with are the images that were too intense too right not not to be remembered pictures that have etched themselves onto my mind s eye maybe just call them the some of the best snapshots never made It seems like we have been waiting here forever we are at the end of the road deposited here by the touring car on this rocky outcropping at the edge of

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  • Curriculum Vitae
    s current practice involves the production of multimedia installations that are con structed from pop sculptures large scale wall draw ings digital photographic prints and video and audio components A series of performances where the audio and video components are remixed in real time accompany the installations He is particularly interested in how contemporary cultural production uses sampling to appropriate reformat and redis tribute media and how these processes can be used to intervene in conventional narrative structures and develop new content Increasingly his interest in popular culture and its attendant technologies make it necessary for him to work with teams of collabora tors to achieve his projects He is concerned with the exploration of how these contemporary modes of cultural production and roles like producer director DJ and VJ present in club culture can be used to inform contemporary art practice Eugene is also interested in the emerging role of the artist curator He was co director and co curator of SHOW Gallery which focused on the exhibition of explorative projects by mid career artists and is part of a group of artists currently developing a new artist run project space in Wellington Research Highlights Practice 2008 Insidious pop

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  • Curriculum Vitae
    a very strong studio practice He also tended bees gardened built sustainable homes demolished fences sailed explored guided tourists through some of the countries rockiest terrain and was an artist at the Refinery Art Space in Nelson NZ In 2006 Adams allied himself with New Zealand and formally accepted his citizenship These formative experiences inserted Adams into the rich fabric of Art Environment and formed the underpinning of his work which he refers to as environmental forever bound and inseparable Adams says his work resides where man and nature intersect where intellect meets the boundary with nature and the outside world It s this dialogue between what is real and what we think is real which interests me and this question of whether or not man and nature are separate entities Adams has exhibited in Bosnia Ireland New Zealand South Korea and throughout the Northeastern United States He is held in both private and public collections He now lives in Great Barrington Massachusetts and works as a painter and installation artist EXHIBITIONS 2010 Nine Dragon Heads World Art Tendency Winter Festival Sarajevo Bosnia 2009 Canaan Downs Sculpture Symposium Canaan Downs NZ 2008 Milnthorpe Sculpture Symposium Milnthorpe Reserve Golden Bay NZ 2007 Exposed Land Seachel Art Gallery Nelson NZ 2006 9dragonheads International Sculpture Symposium Geochang S Korea 2005 Terminus Public Art Project Nelson and Dunedin NZ 2004 No Man s Land Gallery 203 Arts Council Nelson 2004 Nun The None Gallery Dunedin 2002 Senior Thesis Exhibition Institute of Contemporary Art Maine USA 2002 Coaster Project Destination the World Trans cultural Exchange Global 2001 BFA Show Maine College of Art Portland Maine USA 2001 Art Auction Institute of Contemporary Art Portland ME 2000 Two Cents Maine College of Art Gallery Portland ME 2000 Spring Logan Gallery Chautauqua New York 1998 Paintings and

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  • Curriculum Vitae
    je als bezoeker deed twijfelen of je het oord ongeschonden kon verlaten Of een legertank uitgevoerd in fragiele materialen die een beklemmende fysieke ervaring bood Sinds vijf jaar reconstrueert De Bree oude militaire objecten Zo maakte hij vliegtuigen en een heel arsenaal aan geweren Voor de vijver bij het GEM maakte hij een heuse U boot onderzee r getiteld TYP XVII die hij bouwde op ware grootte en baseerde op technische tekeningen gevonden op internet http www documentatiesite nl harolddocu index2 html Werk Titel by the numbers Jaartal 2009 Omschrijving zendstation Techniek foto Formaat 60x90 Titel M1Baileybrug Jaartal 2008 Omschrijving brug Techniek hout staal Formaat 27x5x3 meter Titel idem Jaartal 2008 Omschrijving manifesta7 Techniek Formaat Titel z t Jaartal 2008 Omschrijving Techniek foto Formaat variabel Titel air to air Jaartal 2007 Omschrijving raketten op karretjes Techniek pvc staal Formaat 26 meter Titel ingang B4 Jaartal 2007 Omschrijving Techniek hout tegellijn Formaat 600x250x200 Titel delivery Jaartal 2007 Omschrijving Techniek hout karton verf Formaat 1 5x1x120 Titel collectie Jaartal 2007 Omschrijving Techniek hout staal verf Formaat 3x7 Titel TYP XVII Jaartal 2005 Omschrijving Deze typ XVII onderzeër was geplaatst in de vijver voor het Gem Gemeente museum Den Haag Dit is een

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  • Curriculum Vitae
    public place La Trobe Street Melbourne Haven t I Seen You Somewhere before Rm 401 Auckland Shift Ballet Shoes Public Place Garden Place Hamilton Chalk Lines Ramp Gallery Hamilton Untitled from the Desire lines series Ramp Gallery and Garden Place Hamilton Allocation Metropolis café SELECTED GROUP SHOWS 2009 Mesh Curator Antoinette Godkin Antoinette Godkin Gallery August Auckland The Opening Red Gates International Residency Exhibition Bei Gao Beijing The Black Show Curator Angela Thiriwell c3 Contemporary Art Space Abbotsford Convent Foundation 1 St Heliers St Abbotsford VIC 3067 Australia Group Show with Nine Dragon Heads curator Park Byoung Uk Korea Turkish Cultural Center Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzgovina Kult Zona Scanderia Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina 2008 Mediated Weather MIC Toi Rerehiko Media and Interdisciplinary Centre Auckland curator J anine Randerson October November Lightweight curator rm103 Customs St East Auckland Aspects of the Gallery Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland Group Show with Nine Dragon Heads currator Park Byoung Uk Korea Turkish Cultural Center Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzgovina 2007 Sighing Just Out Of Ear Shot Group show curator Ali Bramwell Blue Oyster Gallery Dunedin The Waikato Art Awards judged by Leonard Emmerling Waikato Museum of Art and History Hamilton Composite Realities amid time and space recent art and photography Curator Professor David Thomas RMIT Centre of Contemporary Photography Melbourne Existence curator Leafa Wilson Waikato Museum of Art and History Hamilton Group Exhibition Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland 2006 Group Show Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland Delineate curator Lorraine Pemberton Artspost Hamilton July August 2006 2005 Busan International Print Art Festival Busan Korea The Natural Home Platform01 Hamilton August 2005 Group Exhibition Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland Group Exhibition Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland Art Emergency Blue Oyster Gallery Dunedin Assemblage curator Sarah Kernahan Platform 01 Hamilton 2004 Full House Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland Strange Name for Girls curator Leafa Wilson Platform 01 Duets The Abandoned Sculpture Project curated by Lauren Winstone Ramp Gallery Hamilton Ahoy Flag Project curators by Nicola Farqhar and Warren Olds Thomas Cook Building flagpole The Physics Room Hamilton Christchurch Water Works curators Nick Spratt and Lauren Winstone Rm103 Auckland Blue Oyster Fundraiser curators the Blue Oyster Arts Board Blue Oyster Gallery Dunedin The Photography of Nothing curator Ben Curnow Canary Gallery Auckland From the same foundations curator Emma Pullar Artspost Hamilton Untitled Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland Juice Vavasour Godkin Gallery Auckland 2003 Affordable Artshow Conny Dietzchold Gallery Sydney Cuckoo at the Critical Studies Test Site Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art Sweden curators Cuckoo and David Hatcher Fundraiser West Space Melbourne Changing Times in Painting Curator David Thomas Six New Zealand Abstract Painters Conny Dietzschold Gallery Sydney 2002 Seconds Curator Charlotte Craw Rm 401 Auckland 2001 Siemens Scholarship Show Storey Hall Melbourne Gifthorse The Syrup Room Hamilton Strata Span Gallery Melbourne MFA NZ Faculty Gallery RMIT Melbourne The Load Project Dunedin Port Chalmers Disposable Ramp Gallery Hamilton 2000 Balustrade Syrup Room Hamilton B Grade Ramp Gallery Hamilton Run Syrup Room Inflatable Syrup Room COLLABORATION SYMPOSIUM PERFORMANCE 2009 Neman Nista Samo Iman Vremena Gift performance Multiple venues

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