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  • Gu, So-Young
    Nomadic Sarajevo Winter Festival Bosnia i Hercegobina 1997 Water of Life Naguri Open Air Symposium Japan 1996 Breath Nature Art Symposium at Geum River in GongJu Korea 1995 Turtle Rabbit Su Gung Ga Busan Sea Festival Korea Artists Residency 2000 Kuenstlerhouse Buechenhausen Innsbruck Tirol 2001 Kunsthalle Kreams Krems Donau Austria Article and Reviews It was performed in total silence punctuated only by the slightest noise and sound of as like a grind AXE She used about a thousand images from nature applied throughout the body the images were of such elements as wind or clouds It is not a performance however Those who are deeply involved are communicating within themselves and are not reacting to an audience It is often difficult to achieve this space especially if one is conscious of others who might be watching But when it is achieved it is powerful A viewer must be in tune with subtleties in order to appreciate a witness of dance meditation Sometimes it may appear that the participant is doing nothing at all just standing or sitting with eyes closed Perhaps one can see only a small vibration in the extended body who are strong in my practice are able

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  • Harald Alff
    bodies is stylized Vitally necessary operational sequence in the human body on artistic level are naehergebracht to the viewer The visualization of these expirations energizes for the reflection of the own physicalness Exhibiton Plakattriennale Toyama Japan 1993 most beautiful books Leipzig and Frankfurt a M 1995 new one Saxonian gallery Chemnitz 1995 academy of art Prague 1995 100 Saxonian diagrams Chemnitz 1996 1998 2000 Grafikbiennale Katowice Poland 1996 HGB Meisterschuelerausstellung

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  • C.V.
    attached to pink cord with wax teardrops hanging in pine forest Taejong Lake A gathering of trees 6 vylene sheets with green lace along base approx 3 4m high stitched between pine trees in a passage between tombs Royal tomb park Ara Gaya 2000 5th International Environment Art Symposium Nine Dragon Heads Taejong Lake and Royal Tomb park Ara Gaya South Korea Invited Artist Open Air Installation Woodtown 25 Wax houses 7m x 7m melted onto pine forest 2 chairs sunk into ground Taejong lake Transitions 9 carved pine branches dyed with red ink installed between royal tomb and farmland Ara Gaya Gallery 4A Asia Australia Artists Association Sydney hello hello Gouache and pencil on paper Synapse Symposium 2000 Mangrove Mountain NSW red room yellow room Open Air Installation Red room Red ink on branches red masonite polka dots on ground red mirror red frame found objects Yellow room Yellow chairs yellow buckets yellow barometer yellow ribbon wax house 7mx 7m melted on tree 1998 Eco poetics Synapse Art Initiatives Participant Site specific installation Mangrove Mountain N S W Symposium Artspace July 1998 Equilibrium Dialysis tubing semi permeable membrane filled with golden syrup laid in creek bed working with osmosis 1996 Unavailable space The Performance Space Sydney Untitled 5 metres of dialysis tubing filled with iodine laid on a starched surface along the boundary wall creating a coloured chemical reaction through the process of osmosis 15 drawings gouache and pencil on paper 1993 The language of interruption The Performance Space Sydney Imbaonlee 1000 approx marbles back lite with fairy lights on the edge of a 2 5m high shelf around room perimeter venetion blind antique light fitting 1991 No Diving the child s foot The Performance Space Sydney Listening for the sound of eyes open Steel door and window pane

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  • CURRICULUM VITAE John Lyall
    Nine Dragon Heads 10 th International Environmental Art Symposium Nine Dragon Heads Foundation installations and performance in the environment at Munui South Korea 2004 Nine Dragon Heads 9 th International Environmental Art Symposium Nine Dragon Heads Foundation Cheongju Art Centre South Korea New Zealand Contemporary Artists Exhibition Gallery Pici Seoul South Korea Generation 50 Te Wa The Space Wanganui II 40 George Street Auckland Enterchange Performance and Nature curated by Wallace Heim www greenmuseum org 5 Cheers for 2004 40 George Street Auckland Still Life a group exhibition also featured new Dilana Rug designs including Meccano 40 George Street Gallery Auckland Intersculpt2003 3D Digital Art Event Snowwhite Unitech Faculty of Architecture and Design Auckland 2002 Auckland City Art Gallery Drawings Christmas Show Lush Platform Melbourne Australia 2001 Bright Paradise Exotic History and Sublime Artifice 1st Auckland Triennial Curated by Allan Smith New Gallery Auckland Three bodies of work 50 cibachromes a large 1000 m3 Installation with 4 sound tracks and video a three hour solo installation and performance with sound video and exercise equipment Darkness Light looking at landscape Co curators Simeon Kronenberg Ngahiraka Mason New Gallery Auckland Take an Image Art Station Auckland 2000 Bathos Selected in the Tenth Wallace Art Awards Auckland Art Gallery Auckland Darkness and Light looking at landscape Co curators Simeon Kronenberg Ngahiraka Mason McLellan Gallery Melbourne Australia Solo Show 2005 Borrowed Scenery new photographs and drawings 40 George Street Auckland 2004 Burial at Sea for a Lost Elegance 40 George Street Gallery Auckland Snow Leopard Dreaming Photographs Performance Show Wellington July 2002 A Moa A Math A Mount 40 George Street Gallery Auckland July 2000 Lancaster Towards a Feral Art Photographs Peter Scott Gallery Lancaster England Performances J une 2005 An evening of performance 40 George Street Gallery Mt Eden Auckland A suite of performed aphorisms Apr 2005 Nine Dragon Heads 10 th International Environmental Art Symposium Nine Dragon Heads Foundation Cheongju Art Centre Seoul Korea Dec 2004 Snow Leopard Dreaming Show Wellington May 2004 Yard Art and Some Laconic Natures 8 solo performances 40 George Street Gallery Auckland Mar 2004 A Domestic Sublime Still Life 4 solo works 40 George Street Gallery Auckland 2001 Waltzing the Feral Moving Image Centre Auckland 2001 Waltzing the Feral a performance at Artspace Auckland as part of Bright Paradise Triennial by x no of People Who Hit Things all works written by John Lyall group formed in 1988 July 2000 Requiem for dis located Electronic Moa A performance cyber opera in Lancaster at the Between Nature conference Nuffield Theatre complex Three performers Accompanying catalogue programme PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH Books The Accelerated Sublime Landscape Tourism and Identity C Bell J Lyall USA Praeger 2002 International study of landscape as a commodity in both tourism and national identity discourse Includes material on promoting nations photography Substantially quoted in Universal Experience Art Life and the Tourist s Eye exhibition catalogue Museum of Contemporay Art Chicago 2005 with material by Umberto Eco Lucy Lippard Susan Sontag and Simon Schama Foreword by Robert

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  • Jessy Rahman visual artist, arts co-ordinator, curator, The Netherlands.
    metaphor for the sea Jessy s use of lead for the sea was influenced by Kounellis s telling him that the whole atmosphere here in northern Europe is absorbed in greys in contrast with southern Europe In Dutch Landscape Jessy used a strip of lead to symbolise the sky over the flat green land and then over this laid a piece of fur symbolising the livestock on the land Our flat land Flags Flags have meanings that go much deeper than nationalism Often they are a metaphor for culture Flags are a recurrent image in Jessy s work The Czech Slovak Process is based on the Czechoslovakian flag Two vertical panels red and white are divided by a blue funnel inside which molasses have flowed down onto a chalk triangle set between two small trays This triangle divided the flow and made it visible in contrast with the black molasses so that the molasses flowed evenly to both sides of the flag It was made in late 1990 when there was unrest between the Slovak and Czech peoples This work was his wish for a peaceful resolution The viscosity of the molasses showed the movement the gradual division into the two trays under each panel Then there were the elections and Czechoslovakia divided without a war So my peace monument worked Over the ocean and over the seas is a light hearted piece about migration and the never ending movement of life and culture The strips are a mix of natural and synthetic colours and function as a colourful backdrop The Olivar Caribbeansis s and Buccinumundatum shells come from tropical and European seas respectively The name Buccinumundatum indicates that these are the buccaneers of the sea This is a dig at the numerous Dutch pirate ships that frequented the Caribbean during the slave trade and at the height of Dutch naval power Migrating from Suriname to the Netherlands means crossing the Caribbean Sea the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea So Jessy s own migration from Suriname was really over the ocean and over the seas Dutch Landscape 1991 lead paint cow hide board Over the ocean and over the seas 1992 lead paint part of a wooden frame glass seashells The Arts Collective Quartair Jessy was one of the founders of the artists collective Quartair which started in 1992 by squatting in an old bakery in the centre of the Hague They entered the building on the day that the Gulf War began and Jessy is sure that is the reason why they had so few problems with the police In the Netherlands if squatters follow the right procedures they are allowed to remain in a building they have occupied As it happened STROOM the Hague City Arts Council was looking for an exhibition space and so ironically the first exhibition in the Quartair Gallery was organised by the city arts council The exhibition they organised themselves in 1992 Two World Accents involved artists from Germany and India The collective has now made a contract to use this gallery space in the summer for their own projects and in the winter months it is in the hands of the city arts council Quartair is now a platform for exchanges with arts groups in various countries Often it involves an exhibition in their gallery which is then reciprocated There have been exchanges with art groups in London Berlin Finland Norway Iceland Arkansas Suriname Belgium and India The work often has a link to performance or installation They also organise shows around a theme such as 750 metre Den Haag 750 metres of The Hague which was held the year the city celebrated its 750th anniversary Installations by 20 artists addressed this theme in a variety of media Another was 12x12 which was 12 hours of performances on June 12th 1999 by artists from Europe In 1997 Jessy as a member of Quartair was invited by the Indian artist Bhaskar Hande for a two month residency in Pune 200km north east of Bombay Six of them travelled there giving workshops having an exhibition and working in the studios there During this time Jessy travelled to the mountains to work with the figurative sculptor Kapuskar He worked with Maharastran clay Mixed with dung and straw this clay is a major building material in the area Jessy wanted to use traditional materials for his work Another was rangoli the sprinkling of pigment on the ground This was traditionally done to inform visitors where to go for their meeting etc It was a means of communication In the big cities such as Pune now it is only made as part of school competitions to see who makes the most striking design This has nothing to do with how it was originally used but the form of sprinkling pigment is traditional and requires great skill Mandalas are made like this Detail Rangoli 1997 ceramic engraved sheet metal pigment Jessy chose fruit forms as the basis for this work for the exhibition Holland India Give and Take in Art Working with students from the school of architecture Jessy asked them to choose a fruit and to cut it in half and to draw these From these drawings they all worked together on making rangoli fruit A large leaf made of metal was placed on each of the 4 rangoli fruit At one time in India particular leaves were only used for people of a particular caste or status For example a Brahman was only allowed to eat from a banana leaf Small seed forms out of copper and ceramic were placed on and around these metal leaves to illustrate that food can be presented in various ways just as there were and are various customs for eating A performance project in Pune India in 1997 A performance project in Pune India in 1997 A performance project in Pune India in 1997 Jessy also did a performance project in the city in which he used a shirt

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  • Rijeka exhibition of the selected objects and installations by Jusuf Hadzifejzovic is the first more comprehensive Croatian pre
    artisticum June July 2003 within ARS AEVI manifestation Exhibition was organised simultaneously with the author s participation at the first show of Bosnia and Herzegovina artists at this year s 50th Venice Biennial Palazzo Zorzi and at the great international exhibition named At the Balkan Gorges held in Kassel Jusuf Hadzifejzovic Prijepolje 1956 studied at the Belgrade Art Academy and accomplished his post graduate study at the State Art Academy in Duesseldorf within Klaus Rinke s class His artistic and organising activity Yugoslav Documenta Sarajevo have strongly marked Sarajevo art scene of the 80ies He replaced painting with the performances in which he dealt with the problem corpus of contemporary artist s work and position During two decades he kept developing specific process of the art action depotgraphy Museum depots antiquarian shops rubbish heaps and urban environment are the places at which Hadzifejzovic discovers collects and takes over the rejected objects in order to relocate them into an entirely different context i e gallery space mutually relating them in a completely new fashion Installations realized in such a manner assume new complex and layered meanings Each of his works depots carry the name of a city in which the artist

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  • born in JAPAN 1949 "Kazunori Kitazawa" <ipak@fa3.so-net.ne.jp> Tel: +00 81 263 83 7211
    sprit and materials That is what reject me to stand on the side of death protects my life and encourages me That is something not only lets my ambition last but also lets me fight against the pain of my heart lets my soul revive and lets the wound get better That is the art I can touch the thing that I can not see the art Resent Works 2000

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  • Lee Ji-eon
    The Real Lanscapes in a fine Mountain 1999 Millenium Dance Festival Primitive Man 1999 The Minjokchoom Dance Festival Gone amid the Sea 2000 New Year of arts Support Looked Aroud on the Hill 2001 Dance Festival of the Critic s Choice of Young Artist Human Garden 2003 KCAF s Support for Creative Activities Fado 2004 KCAF s Support for Creative Activities About Dance Troupe 60Tree Dance troupe 60Tree shows the time and space that human heart and nature meet purely and certainly then decorating the worm and peaceful human garden in everyone s heart As dance is not only our body but also love as dance is not only the shape of nature but also a flow For me Dance is The technique oriented body acted by fixed motion often makes errors to bypass the concrete substance or reality variously experienced and desires of incarnated body By the dictatorship of reason body becomes the colony full of passive system and rigid technique And the only visually thinking cause the crisis of body Feeling with all physical senses and breathing then real time and space are the very ways overcoming the limit of body So the gap between the subject and

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