FOUND IN TRANSLATION, a solo exhibition at the TarraWarra Museum of Art, Australia, 29 November 2014 15 March 2015. Linked images: Gosia Wlodarczak FOUND IN TRANSLATION (2014), at TarraWarra Museum of Art, Victoria, Australia; from left A ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW (with a view), seven panels of the nine-panel drawing installation, which is an outcome of the 17-day drawing performance at RMIT Gallery (2013); second left on the wall FOUND IN TRANSLATION, THE DRUNKEN BUDDHA (Interpretation Drawing #1 with Instructions) three panel instruction drawing, pigment ink on linen, pencil, 26 stencils, 3 layouts, 3 diagrams, 2 instructions; overall size 214 x 690 cm on the floor A ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW; two details top - A ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW, bottom - FOUND IN TRANSLATION, THE DRUNKEN BUDDHA; end right FOUND IN TRANSLATION, THE DRUNKEN BUDDHA (Interpretation Drawing #1 with Instructions) panel one of three, pigment ink, pencil on primed linen
ON THE SKY AND WATER, FROST DRAWING FOR THE AGNSW (2014), a seven-day drawing performance and installation on the Art Gallery of New South Wales window, pigment pen on glass, overall dimensions: 310 x 1050 cm at DRAWING OUT, the Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, opens 21 November 2014 - 26 January 2015. Curated by Anne Ryan, the exhibition features Tom Carment, Joe Furlonger, Ross Laurie, Ivy Pareroultja, Ana Pollak, Peter Sharp, Mary Tonkin, John R Walker, Gosia Wlodarczak and John Wolseley. The exhibition reveals how the process of drawing itself allows these artists to engage with the landscape urban, rural, natural or constructed and the importance of a tangible subject to their work.
SITUATIONS SOFITEL, a solo exhibition featuring a large scale digital print PROCESS CAPSULE SITUATIONS SOFITEL and a suite of 26 drawings titled SITUATIONS SOFITEL: SYDNEY, at Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia, 27 February - 22 March 2014.
PERSONAL SPACE SOUTH EAST WALLS: 78 X 4 = 312 (2003), a large scale performance drawing on paper, 310 x 910cm, featured in TRACE: Performance and its Documents an exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Brisbane, Australia, 22 February - 27 July 2014. TRACE draws out relationships between performance and its documents, bringing together new commissions with historical and contemporary works from across the Gallery’s Collection. The exhibition includes works by John Baldessari; Brown Council; Rebecca Horn; Bruce Nauman, Mike Parr; Campbell Patterson; Qin Ga; Carolee Schneemann; Sriwhana Spong; Song Dong; Ai Weiwei; Gosia Wlodarczak; Erwin Wurm; Zhang Huan, and more.
WALL DRAWING FOR BOHNACKER, a five-day performance/situation drawing on walls and objects commissioned by the Bohnacker Store Solutions, at the EuroShop 2014 International Trade Fair, Düsseldorf, Germany, 16 20 February 2014.
C4RD WINDOW: DRAWING FOR THE SILENT ROOM & STATION NOISE, a six-hour drawing performance on glass with a documentary film production at the Centre for Recent Drawing, London, UK, 24 June 2014. Linked image: Gosia Wlodarczak C4RD WINDOW: DRAWING FOR THE SILENT ROOM & STATION NOISE (2014), a six-hour drawing performance and installation, Centre for Recent Drawing, London, UK. Pigment pen on glass and objects. Space dimensions: 400 (h) x 350 x 550 cm
THE BENCH (2008) pigment pen on linen wrapped over object, 160 x 320cm, an outcome of The Bench performance held at Marking Time, International Drawing Conference, the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, with a drawing performance project The START Bench (2014), Fehily Contemporary at the START Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK, 26 29 June 2014.
PROCESS CAPSULE SITUATIONS SOFIITEL (2014), archival inkjet print on Hahnemühle Rag 300, digital collage using 714 photographs of the performance Situations Sofitel by Longin Sarnecki), 100 x 240cm, edition 5 + A/P, a winner of Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award 2014 at the Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia, exhibition dates 26 September - 16 November 2014.
LATE DINNER CONVERSATION, a three-hour drawing performance/situation drawing (pigment pen, acrylic on linen, 110 x 210 cm) at Murdoch Children Research Institute fundrising dinner, Melbourne, Australia, 26 October 2013.
FROST DRAWING FOR THE MOSCOW MANEGE, the 5th Moscow Biennale "More Light" curated by Catherine De Zegher, The Manege, Moscow, Russian Federation, 26 September - 20 October 2013. Linked Images: Gosia Wlodarczak FROST DRAWING FOR THE MOSCOW MANEGE (2013), the 5th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art; 21-day (210 hours) performance drawing and installation, pigment marker on the interior architecuture (glass surfaces) of the Manege: the conference room, the balustrades and the entrance wall, the Moscow Manege Exhibiting Hall, Russian Federation; overall drawing size: over 230 m2. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body
FROST DRAWING FOR THE MUSEUM (Mroz; Rysunek w Muzeum), a 5-day performance drawing and installation, curated by Magdalena Lewoc, MCA The National Muzeum in Szczecin, Poland, performance dates: 28 September - 4 October 2013.
DRAWN TO EXPERIENCE: AN ENQUIRY INTO PERFORMANCE DRAWING, an exhibition curated by Kellie O'Dempsey, POP Gallery, the Queensland College of the Arts, Brisbane, Australia, 9 22 September 2013.
FROST DRAWING FOR SOFITEL SYDNEY WENTWORTH and SITUATIONS SOFITEL: SYDNEY, Artist in Residence projects, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Australia; 15 July - 6 August 2013. Opening of the glass drawing installation 6 August 2013, at Soiree Cafe, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.
A ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW a drawing performance and exhibition, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. Performance: 19 June - 5 July 2013. Exhibition: 27 June - 17 August 2013. (Linked image: A ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW (2013) 14-day performance drawing and installation, pigment marker on the walls, ceiling and floor inside a specially build black cube placed in the Gallery 1, RMIT Gallery Melbourne; room size: 320 x 240 x 260(h) cm)
Wlodarczak featured in VITAMIN D2: NEW PERSPECTIVES IN DRAWING, published by Phaidon, London, UK, with an essay by Australian writer and curator Veronica Tello. The publication presents "the work of 115 artists at the forefront of the global contemporary drawing scene." Australian artists featured in the book: Maria Kontis, Richard Lewer, Cameron Robbins and Gosia Wlodarczak. May 2013.
MT.BAKER (2012) is being shown in Drawing Data exhibition curated by Stephen Gallagher, the exhibition is part of the Drawing Out 2013 International Symposium at First Site Gallery, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, 16 - 26 April 2013.
DUST COVER HUMAN PORTRAIT 6, BEVAN: two-hour performance drawing, private commission, Bevan Tippett's 40th Birthday celebration, Melbourne, Australia, 7 March 2013.
BETWEEN WANDER & SETTLEMENT (AFTER): featuring a series of works titled DUST COVER WWU DESIGNER FURNITURE COLLECTION and MT. BAKER, the animation film with sound-drawing at Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia, 7 February - 2 March 2013.
THE SHINING (2012) a new glass drawing installation and THE LIGHT BEAM (2012) video projection featured in TRANSPARENCY, exhibition curated by Danny Lacy, artists: Andrew Hazewinkel and Gosia Wlodarczak at West Space, Melbourne, Australia, 19 October - 10 November 2012
DUST & FROST (2012): four-week performance project as part of Sofitel's Melbourne Artist in Residence programme. Performances: SOFI'S LOUNGE DUST COVERS (11 - 24 July) FROST DRAWING FOR SOFITEL'S LOBBY 26 July - 7 August) at the Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, Australia, 11 July - 7 August 2012
SHARED SPACE WALL DRAWING FOR GLEN EIRA (2012) & DUST COVERs HUMAN: performance drawings featured in an exhibition Encounters curated by Diane Soumilas, Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, 31 May - 24 June 2012. The SHARED SPACE WALL DRAWING FOR GLEN EIRA performance was held on 30 May 2012, 2 - 6pm. Artists included in the exhibition: Fabrice Bigot & Jane Burton, Farrell & Parkin, Simon Obarzanek, Clare Rae, Julie Rrap and Gosia Wlodarczak
WINDOW SHOPPING, FROST DRAWING FOR GoMA (2012): a large scale performance drawing on the Gallery of Modern Art entrance glass wall, commissioned as part of the Contemporary Australia: Women exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia, 21 April - 22 July 2012
THE TRAIN TRIP animated film with sound-drawing, will be screened at Drawing Now Paris, an annual art fair devoted to contemporary drawing held at Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, 29 March 1 April 2012 The work is one of six films in the Drawing Center New York program Pathway: Drawing In, On, and Through the Landscape. Artists included in the project: Ann Carlson & Mary Ellen Strom, Mark Harris, Jessica Mein, Terry Nauheim, Candida Richardson, and Gosia Wlodarczak. Curated by Claire Gilman, Joanna Kleinberg and Rachel Liebowitz.
WALL DRAWING FOR SAM (2012), a two-day drawing performance commissioned by the Shepparton Art Museum as a part of the Drawing Wall project; Shepparton Art Museum, Australia, on show: 18 February - 17 May 2012.
FROST DRAWING FOR JOSHUA TREE and SITUATIONS (2012): a 3-day (3 - 5 February) drawing performance on glass windows and on walls at the BoxoHOUSE, and a series of 14 situation "drawing études" in public and nature locations across Joshua Tree and surrounds during one-week residency at the BoxoHOUSE, Joshua Tree, California, USA, works on show through May 2012. A selection of the series SITUATIONS is exhibited at BoxoOFFICE, New York, USA in 20 October - 15 December 2012.
BETWEEN WANDER & SETTLEMENT: an exhibition which includes: a drawing installation SKIN OF THE WALL, a two-week residency project titled DUST COVER WWU DESIGNER FURNITURE COLLECTION and screening of two animations with sound-drawings: THE TRAIN TRIP and MT. BAKER, at Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, USA, 16 January - 3 March 2012.
National Gallery of Australia in Canberra recently acquired two large scale drawings on paper by Gosia Wlodarczak: EASTER TABLECLOTH FOR TWO (2008) performance drawing, pigment marker, objects, food on paper, size: 100 x 150cm (above) and TOASTER - MORNING (2003) 6 panels, pigment marker on paper, overall size: 200 x 100cm
BETWEEN VISIT & MIGRATION which includes a three-week drawing performance on glass titled FROST DRAWING FOR FEHILYS, at the Fehily Contemporary Glasshouse Gallery 27 October - 19 November 2011. The exhibition also includes a 1,5-hour performance DUST COVER HUMAN PORTRAIT 5 on 5 November, 3.30 - 5 PM
THE TRAIN TRIP animated film with sound-drawing presented in New York in the Drawing Center and Big Screen Plaza exhibition Pathway: Drawing In, On, and Through the Landscape. Screening dates: 21-24 September 2011. This program investigated the medium of drawing through six short films shown in succession... Artists included in the project: Ann Carlson & Mary Ellen Strom, Mark Harris, Jessica Mein, Terry Nauheim, Candida Richardson, and Gosia Wlodarczak. Curated by Claire Gilman, Curator; Joanna Kleinberg, Assistant Curator; and Rachel Liebowitz, Assistant Curator, The Drawing Center."
THE TRAIN TRIP sound-drawing, animated film and an artist book, solo presentation at IMPACT7 International Multi-disciplinary Printmaking Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia 27-30 September 2011.
Gosia Wlodarczak is now represented by Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne, with her first solo exhibition: THE TRAIN TRIP at the Fehily Contemporary Loft Gallery 15 September - 8 October 2011.
2011 SINGAPORE BIENNALE: Open House. Commissioned project: FROST DRAWING FOR KALLANG (2011) performative drawing on glass (in situ), at the Old Kallang Airport, Singapore. Biennale exhibition dates: 13 March - 15 May 2011.
THE TRAIN TRIP: SZCZECINPOZNAN (2010) inkjet print, finalist at the Burnie Print Prize 2011; 19 March - 8 May at the Burnie Regional Gallery, Tasmania, Australia.
FROST DRAWING FOR THE LIBRARY (2011) 4-day performance 21 - 24 March 2011, participatory situation drawing on glass at the La Trobe University Library; 1st part of the three-year project by LUMA / La Trobe University Museum of Art, Bundoora (Melbourne), Australia.
DUST COVER EZRI and DUST COVER CHAIR exhibited at FREEHAND: recent Australian drawing curated by Linda Michael, 24 November 2010 - 6 March 2011 at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia. Other artists include: Peter Booth, eX de Medici, Marco Fusinato, Mira Gojak, Locust Jones, Newell Harry, Michelle Ussher, Del Kathryn Barton, Steven Asquith, Richard Lewer, Eugene Carchesio, Greg Creek, Domenico De Clario, Matt Hinkley, Joyce Hinterding, Laith McGregor, Alasdair McLuckie, Robert Macpherson, Catherine O’Donnell, Nick Selenitsch, Sandra Selig, Aida Tomescu, Peter Tyndall and Ken Whisson.
DUST COVER EZRI and DUST COVER CHAIR exhibited in FREEHAND:recent Australian drawing curated by Linda Michael, 24 November 2010 - 6 March 2011 at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia. Other artists include: Peter Booth, eX de Medici, Marco Fusinato, Mira Gojak, Locust Jones, Newell Harry, Michelle Ussher, Del Kathryn Barton, Steven Asquith, Richard Lewer, Eugene Carchesio, Greg Creek, Domenico De Clario, Matt Hinkley, Joyce Hinterding, Laith McGregor, Alasdair McLuckie, Robert Macpherson, Catherine O’Donnell, Nick Selenitsch, Sandra Selig, Aida Tomescu, Peter Tyndall and Ken Whisson.
CARTOGRAPHY OF TEA DRINKING drawing installation, a finalist in the Dobell Prize for Drawing, 6 November 2010 - 30 January 2011 at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
DUST COVER PAINTING, THE TRIAL BY SIDNEY NOLAN drawing performance & a lecture, 9, 10 October 2010 at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Big Draw event.
DUST COVER HUMAN, PORTRAIT 04 a finalist in the 2010 Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award, 27 October - 12 November 2010 at the Grafton Regional Gallery, New South Wales, Australia.
SOUTH WALL LEFT (drawing on paper, triptych: 150 x 70 cm, 2004/5) exhibited in Degrees of Density curated by Marylin Symmes 2 July - 5 September 2010 at Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, USA, and 19 October - 20 November 2010 at Columbus State University, Georgia, USA.
BETWEEN VISIT & MIGRATION the Australia Council for the Arts Skills and Professional Development Grant 7 March - 5 June 2010 Greene Street, New York, USA; three months studio residency.
CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN DRAWING 1 and CONSTELLATION: A Large number of Small drawings, 8 April - 26 June 2010 at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
SELF-CENTRED; 30 March - 1 May 2010 at Arc One Gallery Project Space, Melbourne, Australia.
SZCZECINPOZNAN TRAIN TRIP sound drawing; presented first time 1 March 2010 at Western Washington University, Bellingham, USA.
CONVERSATION (from the Shared Space series) 27 February - 28 March 2009 at Helen Maxwell Gallery, Canberra, Australia; performance drawing exhibition
TABLECLOTH FOR 10; I walk the line: new Australian Drawing 17 March - 24 May 2009 at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Sydney, Australia; performance drawing installation
THE SOFA ; IKEA Home Project 28 July - 4 August at CarriageWorks Performance Space, Sydney, Australia; The Sofa: coffee and chat drawing performance, 28 July 12 noon - 6pm
SOMEONE AND I; 26 August - 4 October 2009 at Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide, Australia; a selection of performative works with documentation of the situations
PROCESS CAPSULE PHANTOM at International Print Triennial Krakow 16 September - 11 October 2009 at Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow, Poland; Process Capsule Yohji 1 at Contemporary Ar Gallery Opole. Process Capsule Phantom and Process Capsule Beo at International Print Triennial-Vienna in May 2010
SHARED SPACE NEW YORK 28 March - 5 May 2008 at Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn NY, USA performance drawing exhibition
SAFETY ZONE SZCZECIN 18 April - 17 May 2008 at OFFicyna place for art, Szczecin, Poland performance drawing exhibition
CINDERELLA II - the DREAMER 20 May - 27 June 2008 at SA School of Art Gallery, University of South Australia, Adelaide hybrid drawing exhibition: installation, interaction, sound & video
THE BENCH @ International Drawing Conference 3 - 4 October 2008 organized by International Drawing Research Institute (IDRI) at the College of Fine Arts, the University of NSW, Sydney, Australia 'Marking Time' the performative aspects of drawing