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Full list of artists launched

MEDIA RELEASE - 6 November 2006

Curator Victoria Lynn is delighted to announce the second and final list of artists for turbulence: the 3rd Auckland Triennial.

Israeli artist Michal Rovner joins Isaac Julien, Phil Collins, Mona Hatoum and Willie Doherty as one of the headline international artists at the multi-venue exhibition opening on 9 March 2007.

Rovner’s work was a highlight at the 2003 Venice Biennale. She has exhibited widely in Europe and the US. She will show a recent video work that uses flames from oilrig smokestacks as a symbol of constant change, unpredictability and volatility.

Don’t miss Carlos Capelán, a Swedish resident exiled from Uruguay, who will create one of his large-scale wall paintings (above) in the New Gallery.

The first artist to leave for the Auckland Triennial is Alexandros Georgiou. The Greek artist will travel from India’s holy city of Varanasi to Auckland entirely by public transport. He leaves this month and hopes to arrive in time for the opening! Along the way, he’ll create works responding to his environment and post them to ARTSPACE where they’ll be exhibited.

For the first time, the Auckland Triennial includes film. Four documentaries from artists Chantal Akerman (Belgium), George Gittoes (Australia), Alfredo Jaar (Chile/USA) and Laura Waddington (UK) will screen at Academy Cinemas on weekends throughout the exhibition.

Artists announced today:
Lida Abdul Afghanistan
Chantal Akerman Belgium
Vyacheslav Akhunov Uzbekistan
and Sergey Tichina Uzbekistan
The Atlas Group / Walid Raad Lebanon/USA
Carlos Capelán Uruguay/Sweden
Alexandros Georgiou Greece
Monica Giron Argentina
George Gittoes Australia
Alfredo Jaar Chile/USA
Oscar Muñoz Columbia
r e a Gamilaraay/Wailwan people of NSW, Australia
Julie Rrap Australia
Michal Rovner Israel/USA
Laura Waddington United Kingdom
turbulence: the 3rd Auckland Triennial is proud to be part of the Auckland Festival, AK07.

The exhibition is presented by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki in association with ARTSPACE, The Gus Fisher Gallery, St Paul St and Academy Cinemas.

Melbourne-based curator Victoria Lynn is in Auckland this Wednesday and Thursday.

She and four other speakers will give a free public talk on the Auckland Festival, AK07’s visual arts program in the Auckland Art Gallery auditorium on Thurs 9 Nov at 5pm.

www.aucklandtriennial.com

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Full Artist List
Lida Abdul Afghanistan
Chantal Akerman Belgium
Vyacheslav Akhunov Uzbekistan
and Sergey Tichina Uzbekistan
Eve Armstrong New Zealand
The Atlas Group / Walid Raad Lebanon/United States of America
Carlos Capelán Uruguay/Sweden
Phil Collins United Kingdom
Donna Conlon Panama
Shane Cotton Nga Puhi/New Zealand
Christina Dimitriadis Greece/Germany
Willie Doherty Northern Ireland
Regina José Galindo Guatemala
Carlos Garaicoa Cuba
Alexandros Georgiou Greece
Monica Giron Argentina
George Gittoes Australia
Fiona Hall Australia
Mona Hatoum Palestine/United Kingdom
Julian Hooper New Zealand
Alfredo Jaar Chile/United States of America
Isaac Julien United Kingdom
Lucia Madriz Costa Rica
Oscar Muñoz Columbia
John Pule Niue/New Zealand
r e a Gamilaraay/Wailwan people of NSW, Australia
Julie Rrap Australia
Michal Rovner Israel/United States of America
Lázaro A. Saavedra González Cuba
Sriwhana Spong New Zealand
Yuk King Tan New Zealand
Laura Waddington United Kingdom
Lynette Wallworth Australia
Areta Wilkinson Kai Tahu/New Zealand

Multi-artist project
Long March Project People’s Republic of China
with Daniel Malone New Zealand
and Kah Bee Chow Malaysia/New Zealand


ENDS

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