Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts

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Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts
Recognition System–2014 KUANDU BIENNALE
CHANG Yung-Ta + GUO Jau -Lan
JANG Suk -Joon + SUL Won -Gi
KAO Chung -Li + LIU Yung -Hao
KWAN Sheung Chi + Anthony YUNG
LI Gang + WANG Huang -Sheng
Money Faketory + Pichaya Aime SUPHAVANIJ
Valay SHENDE + Veeranganakumari SOLANKI
大衛.漢斯 + 潔絲敏‧史蒂芬斯
Artist-David HAINES
David HAINES’ installation comprises a suite of images using the technique of Kirlian photography and a fragrance he has composed in his Aroma Studio. The photographs are of plants from the Wollemi Wilderness, a remote and mysterious region, that shelters the elusive Wollemi Pine, a species known only through fossil records until it was discovered in 1994.
Since 2004 HAINES has been developing an extensive library of aroma molecules and championing the possibilities of aroma in contemporary art. His passion for scent has evolved as part of his long-standing collaboration with Joyce HINTERDING with whom he explores sensation and perception across experimental, traditional and digital media. His extensive exhibition history (with HINTERDING and individually) includes exhibitions in Austria, Brazil, China, France, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the UK. HAINES lives in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, and his Aroma Studio is based at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.
David HAINES has worked with curator Jasmin STEPHENS and has been supported by Arts NSW, Asialink and Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.
Curator-Jasmin STEPHENS
Jasmin STEPHENS is an independent curator who lives in Sydney. She has held audience development, programming and curatorial roles in many institutions including Fremantle Arts Centre in Perth, and in Sydney, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Artbank and Artspace. She has also been a Visiting Curator and Asialink Arts Management Resident with Singapore Biennale.
Her recent exhibitions include “Yonder”, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, 2012; “Metallic”, Edith Cowan University, Perth, 2012; and “Novel Ecologies”, The Cross Art Projects, Sydney, 2013. This year she is curating “Far and Wide: Narrative into Idea” at UTS Gallery, University of Technology Sydney, and “Collection+ Pinaree Sanpitak” for the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in Sydney. She is currently researching an exhibition exploring how ideas are circulating across Australia and Southeast Asia and has recently written for ArtAsiaPacific, Vault magazine and ARTAND.