Australian Art

SUZANNE TREISTER



  • Contemporary
  • Mixed Media
  • Established




SUZANNE TREISTER CURRICULUM VITAE

Born London.
1977-78 Studied St Martins School of Art, BA Hons ; Chelsea School of Art, MA.

SOLO SHOWS since 1988
2004 Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
Annely Juda Fine Art, London.
2001 Rosalind Brodsky - Music case history Briefcase project, Hollywood Hotel, Sydney.
2000 Sightings/ Archives from the Institute of Militronics and Advanced Time Interventionality Digimatter/Grey Matter, Sydney and Greenaway Gallery, Adelaide.
1999 Odyssey (an investigation into the lives of Rosalind Brodsky and Pope Alice) Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
No Other Symptoms - Time Travelling with Rosalind Brodsky Launch event with performance (involving Richard Grayson, Susan Hiller, Pauline van Mourik Broekman, Elaine Pyke and James Flint) and video installation, Freud Museum, London.
No Other Symptoms - Time Travelling with Rosalind Brodsky (CD ROM and video installation) Artspace, Sydney.
1997 Dying for your sins (CD ROM)Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
1996 The Tannery-project space, London.
Dying for your sins (CD ROM Installation) Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
Kitsch'n Shrink Greenaway Gallery, Adelaide.
1995 Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo.
1994 Q.Would you recognise a Virtual Paradise?and other paintings Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia.
Q.Would you recognise a Virtual Paradise? Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne.
1993 Q.Would you recognise a Virtual Paradise? Exeter Hotel, Adelaide.
Recorded Evidence:Prosthetic Speech [RE] Gallery, Adelaide.
Software Union Gallery, University of Adelaide .
1992 Edward Totah Gallery, London.
Between the Clues lies the Evidence PostWest, Adelaide.
1990 Edward Totah Gallery, London.
Kerlin Gallery, Dublin.
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK: major Arts Council exhibition travelling to: Spacex, Exeter; Oldham Art Gallery; The Minories, Colchester ; Darlington Arts Centre; Nottingham Castle Art Gallery, UK.
1988 Edward Totah Gallery, London.
1985 Edward Totah Gallery, London.

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS/COLLABORATIONS/FESTIVALS since 1998
2004 Metis:Time/Beam me up ANU School of Art Gallery, Canberra, Australia
Unframed Standpoint Gallery, London
Fly Utopia! transmediale.04, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
2003 Paradies (Paradise) MAIS V, Bunker under Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany
Don't Call it Performance Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Madrid;Centro Parraga, Murcia; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo,Seville, Spain
New York Calling P.S.1 studio project, Long Island City, NY USA
ICOLS AUDIO juniradio Berlin104.1 08.-30. juni /netart_open.htm
ICOLS in Art meets Archive Sydney State Records Centre, Sydney, Australia.
2001 LE NUMERIQUE : nouveau médium de l’art- From 01.10.01 to 01.11.01 Galerie de Pret d’oevres d’Art, Bruxelles, Belgium.
Model Citizen/No More Ice Cream, Artspace, Sydney.
New Releases 4a Gallery, Sydney and touring.
2000 Electronic Art Festival, Cyberslag Foundation, Groningen, Netherlands.
Genespill Imperial Slacks Gallery Sydney.
Chemistry Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.
PUSAN International Contemporary Art Festival, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pusan, South Korea.
F I L E Festival internacional de linguagem eletrönica, Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) São Paulo, Brazil.
World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The Noorderzon Festival, Groningen, Netherlands.
Sonar Festival/CD ROM a la carta, Carrer de les Flors 22, Barcelona.
Chip Melbourne International Film Festival.
Manifest/o, Zagreb, Croatia.
Festival of Independent Press, Museo de la Memoria, Tlaxcala, Mexico.
LIVE-STOCK ram/fm, 72 hour audio event, ARC, Stockton on Tees, UK.
Urban Futures 2000 International Conference and Electronic Art Exhibition, Johannesburg University Art Gallery.
1999/01 Contact Zones Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, USA and travelling to Centro de la Imagen,Mexico City, Virginia film festival, touring US and Canada 2000-2001, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta.
1999 Love and Consciousness; Sex and Consciousness Artopiques Gallery, Paris, France.
Confined HERE Gallery, New York, USA. (Presumed Innocent collaboration)
WRO 99 - 7th International Media Art Biennale - Wroclaw, Poland.
21 Spacex, Exeter, UK.
National Digital Art Awards exhibition, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.
Women in Film and Television Festival (WIFT) Festival, Sydney.
Fusion St Kilda Film Festival, Melbourne.
2nd International show of CD ROMs Media Centre d’Art i Disseny, Barcelona.
Fast + Wide Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham, U.K.
1998 Third International Video Summit Videomedeja, Kulturni Centar-Art Klub, Novog Sada, Yugoslavia.
ArtRage, ABC TV, Australia. Kino-Eye: Cybercities, Royal Palace, Antwerp, Belgium.
Xobject space, Dusseldorf, Germany. corpoREAL Tullie House, Carlisle, U.K.
Videonale 8, Bonn Kunstverein, Germany. Isea 98, The Tea Factory, Liverpool, U.K. Pandaemonium Festival, Lux Centre/Standpoint Gallery, London.

COLLABORATIVE ORGANISATIONS
1991 Founder member of NIH (Nothing is {Hidden} ) London/NY based
1992 Founder member of PI (Presumed Innocent) Adelaide/NY based
2000 Founder member of the International Corporation of Lost Structures
International membership - http://www.icols.org

COLLECTIONS Europe: Arts Council of Great Britain, British Council, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Saatchi Collection, Leicester County Council, New Hall Cambridge, Leeds City Council, Nordstern Koln, EMI Paris. Australia: Art Gallery of South Australia, Griffith University, Queensland, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne.
Libraries (cd rom collections) : UCLA, Santa Rosa Junior College, California, USA, University of Auckland, University of East London, Sydney College of the Arts, Rhodes University, South Africa; The Rose Golden Archive of New Media Art, The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Carl A. Kroch Library Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; L'Espace Multimédia Gantner, France; Fundacio Antoni Tapies Biblioteca, Barcelona + other private collections and new media archives.

BIBLIOGRAPHY since 2002
Pam Meecham, Julie Sheldon Modern Art: A Critical Introduction 2nd edition Publ. Routledge London 2004.
Artist pages n.paradoxa Volume 14 - Dreams of the Future, July 2004
Pam Skelton Unframed: the Practices and Politics of Women Painting ed. Rosemary Betterton
publ. IB Taurus, London, 2003
Michael Duncan Self created worlds Art in America Oct 2002
Jeff Gibson Biennale of Sydney Artforum Fall 2002
Alexie Glass Fantastic Voyage Monument No. 47 April/May 2002
Andrew Frost Sydney Biennale a-z definitive guide Metaphysics, Pataphysics, Astrophysics, Literature, History, Jazz etc Australian Style No 62 May 2002
Michael Smith of fakes and UFOs, artists and aliens The Drum Media 21 May 2002
Samantha Selinger-Morris In your dreams HQ May 2002
Bruce James Why the Biennale is a bit of a miracle Sydney Morning Herald 17.5.2002
Fietta Jarque El capital siempre determina a las biendes El Pais 16.2.2002
Michael Bodey A conspiracy to open our minds Daily Telegraph 13.3.2002
Simon Rees 2002 Biennale of Sydney Flash Art No 225 July/Sept 2002
Sharon Verghis Stand by for Biennale’s showcase of the strange Sydney Morning Herald 13.3.2002
Benjamin Genocchio As good as a wink The Weekend Australian 25/26.5.2002
Jennifer Sexton Odds favour unreal event The Australian 13.3.2002
Victoria Hynes Really Fantastic – Intrigue, ingenuity and eccentricity Sydney Morning Herald 11.5.2002
Jennifer Sexton Purely personal The Weekend Australian-Review 11/12.5.2002
Gene Autry Aliens stole my biennale Art Monthly (Australia) no. 150 June 2002
Hannah Fink Fabulous-Biennale of Sydney Art Monthly (Australia) no. 151 July 2002
Sotiris Kyriacou Biennale of Sydney Contemporary June,July,Aug 2002
Sasha Grishin Biennale of Sydney Canberra Times 10.6.2002
Richard Grayson Grasshopper Worlds 2002 Biennale of Sydney catalogue
John McPhee Art is the prize for raiders of the state archives Sydney Morning Herald 8.5.2002
Victoria Hynes Critic's picks ICOLS [Art meets Archive] Sydney Morning Herald 7/6/2002
Alex Gawronsky Model Citizen-Artspace Broadsheet Vol 31 no1 Autumn 2002
Jyanni Steffensen ‘Doing it digitally: Rosalind Brodsky and the art of the virtual female subject’, chapter in: _Reload_Rethinking Women + Cyberculture, ed. Mary Flanagan and Austin Booth, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2002.

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