JULIE CLARKE: Exhibitions and Publications CV

ART EXHIBITIONS:
Solo:
Proximity & Distance, Boheme Cafe Bar, Bridge Road, Richmond, Sept/Oct 2016
Succulents Preview International Fashion Fabrics, Shop 19, Richmond Plaza. July - September, 2016
Ligne, Preview International Fashion Fabrics, Shop 19, Richmond Plaza. December 2015 -Jan 2016
Succulents. Neighbourhood Justice Center, Collingwood. October, 2015 to March, 2016.
Fold, Degreaves Reading Room, City Library, Melbourne, October, 2014
Ephemeral Skin, (Curated: Aliey Ball), Skin Gallery,  Level 1, 80 Drummond Street, Carlton (February/March 2013). 
Aut(o)ptics(o)ma, Graduate Centre Print room Gallery, Graduate Centre, 1888 Building, The University of Melbourne. 18 April – 18 May, 2011. (Curated by Beornn McCarthy).
The Body and the City: A Poem in three parts, Atrium Annex Gallery, Architecture Building, The University of Melbourne, 3-13 March, 2011. (Curated by Rosanna Verde).
Exogenous, Public Office, Stairwell Gallery, 100 Adderley St., West Melbourne (July), 1999
Mutant Eugenics #1, Swanston Gallery Space, Union House, Level 8, RMIT, 1998
Mutant Eugenics #2, Interactive Information Institute, RMIT, 1998
Subversions, Graduate Centre, The University of Melbourne, 1996
Surveillance, Cyberweek, Union House, The University of Melbourne, 1994
Horror Autotoxicus, Druids Gallery Restaurant, Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1994
My God, It’s Full of Stars, Upper level, City Square, Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1993
Zoo/Zone, Upper level, City Square, Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1993
La Jouisance, Hawthorn Exhibition and Performance Space Hawthorne, 1992

Group:
2013 Generative Art Conference, exhibition (Generative Design, artworks and installation), (Curated Celestino Soddu), La Triennale de Milano, Italy on the 9, 10, 11 and 12 December 2013.
Skin Gallery Summer Group Show, Skin Gallery, Carlton, 6 December - 15 January, 2013.
The Body and the City: A Poem in three parts, XV Generative Art Exhibition, San Micheletto Gallery, Lucca, Tuscany.  (Curated Celestino Soddu), 9-12 December 2012.
Kodak Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy, 2010
Participated in Let’s Shake, (Artist: Karen Casey) 2008.
Cracks in the Pavement, (Curator: Heather Johnson), Austin, Texas, online art exhibition, www.cracksinthepavement.com, June 2005. My piece was entitled ‘Have you seen this girl?’
Lookinglasshouse, (Curated: Nik Pappas), RMIT exhibition windows, October, 2000
Life, (Curated: Shaun Wilson), Public Office Stairwell, West Melbourne, August/October, 2000
Exquisite Corpse, (Curated: Annonda Bell), Bendigo City Art Gallery, June/July, 2000
Maxwell Summer Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, North Fitzroy, 2000
Lingua, Cyberpoetry Webzine, (Curated: Komninos), State Library of Victoria, http://emedia.experimedia.vic.gov.au/cyberpoet/zine/clarke/, 1999

Flightpaths: Writing Journeys, (Cur: Bernie Jannsen), Lovebits: Digital Arts Exposition, UK,1998
Autopsy: The Dissection of Fashion, (Cur: Jan Bryant), Melbourne Town Hall, Fringe, 1997
Challenge of the Space, (Curated: Julie Clarke), Graduate Centre, University of Melbourne, 1997
Cyberfringe, Fringe Festival, Stop 22 Gallery, Fitzroy Street, St.Kilda, 1996
IntelArt, (Curated: Joanne Kikkides), The Graduate Centre, The University of Melbourne, 1996
Gryph(on)Line, (Curated: Kishwar Rahman), Virtual Gallery, The University of Melbourne,1996
Sandridge Railway Bridge Propositions, Platform 2, Degreaves Street, Melbourne, 1996
Bird’s Eye View, (Curated: Shiralee.Saul), New Media Network Gallery, Melbourne, 1995
Humanetics: Artists Working with the Technological Body, (Curated: Shiralee Saul), New Media Network Gallery, Podium Gallery, Southgate, Melbourne, 1995
Persistance of Vision, (Curated: D. Chapman), Druids Gallery, Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1995
Cyberotic Mandala, Bailleau Library, The University of Melbourne, 1995
Organic/Mechanic, (Produced by Julie Clarke), Open Stage, The University of Melbourne, 1993
Group Show, Mort and Pleasure Gallery, Melbourne 1993.
Christmas Without Derryn, Ealanie Gallery, Fitzroy, 1992
Tongue - Artists using text, (Curated: Dale Chapman), Spencer Street Platform, Melbourne, 1992
An(o)ther/M(other), Cosmos Bookshop Window, (Cur: Dale Chapman), St. Kilda Festival, 1991
Julie Clarke, Rose Dean and Tim Craker, The Art Carrel, Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1991
RMIT Group Painters, Building 2, Swanston Street, Melbourne, 1991


EXHIBITIONS (AS CURATOR)
Ambush from all directions – Sheng Qi (from Beijing, China), Mass Gallery, Fringe 2000
The Mistranslations, Catherine Woo, Mass Gallery, Melbourne Fringe 2000
Trans-actions: bodies in performance by 5 Melbourne artists, Mass Gallery, Fringe 2000
Regional Artists, Pre View Gallery, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2000
Mind-A-Maze, Fitzroy Town Hall, during Melbourne Fringe Festival, September 1998
Labyrinths, Fitzroy Town Hall, during Melbourne Fringe Festival, September 1997
Challenge of the Space, Graduate Centre, The University of Melbourne, December 1996
Indulge, Old San Remo Liquor Department, Prahran Market, Fringe Festival, October, 1996


VISUAL POETRY AND MAIL ART EXHIBITIONS (GROUP):
Mallarme Visual Poetry, (Curated: P.Spence), Platform, Spencer Street, Melbourne 1998
International Visual Poetry Exhibition, St.Kilda Festival, St.Kilda, 1996
International Visual Poetry Exhibition, The NSW Writers Centre, Rozelle, NSW, 1996
Word Theatre, The Art Department, The City Art Museum, Kalininhgrad, Russia, 1995
Essence: International Networking Culture, Queensland College Art Gallery, 1995
Essence: International Networking Culture, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery/July, 1995
2nd International Fax Art and Australian Concrete Poetry, St.Kilda, South Melbourne and Port Phillip Libraries, City of Port Phillip Festival, 1995
International Fax Art (Curated P. Spence), Concrete Poetry, St. Kilda Festival, 1994
Images Congress Project, Pisa, Italy, 1992
Mostra ‘Fe/Mail Art 92’ Museo Dell Informazione, Senigallia, Italy, 1992
Gold, First International Visual Poetry Exhibition, Marashriba Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, 1992
Third International Visual Poetry Exhibition, (Curated R. Cortese), The Lounge,Melb., 1992
Second Int. Visual Poetry Exhibition, Room 4, Linden Gallery, Acland Street, St. Kilda, 1991
International Mail Art Show, The Writers Centre, Melbourne, 1990
"Carnivale" Mostra Internazionale di mail art, via Boccherini 122, Pisa, Italy, 1990
International Mail Art, Baker’s Cafe, Fitzroy, 1990
Visual Poetry Outdoor Show, St. Kilda Festival, 1990
Art Start, Artists Books Archive, Middleburg, Holland, 1990
First International Visual Poetry Exhibition, Old Ticket Box Office, Fitzroy Football oval, 1988
Just Wot? Visual Poetry, Artist Space Gallery, Park Street, Fitzroy, 1987


PUBLICATIONS AS AUTHOR:
Books:
(2010)
Global mind project : an arts & neuroscience initiative / Julie Clarke, Karen Casey,
Brunswick East, Vic. : Gulag Publishing.

(2009). The Paradox of the Posthuman: Science Fiction/Techno-Horror Films and Visual Media, VDM Verlag, Dr Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG Germany.

Book chapters:

Waste that matters: Kidney as Illicit Trade and Desire in the film 'Dirty Pretty Things' (2009) commissioned article never published, so I placed it on Academia edu. where it has had over 750 views.

(2014) METALIFE: Biotechnologies, Synthetic Biology, A-Life and the Arts. Leonardo e-book (eds) Annick Bufreard, Roger Malina and Louise Whitely, republished from 2006. Corporeal Melange: Aesthetics and Ethics of Biomaterials in Stelarc and Nina Sellars ‘Blender’, Leonardo: Art and Science Journal, (ed. Roger Malina), 39.5, October, USA: MIT. 

(2013)  Simulated Talking Machines: Stelarc’s Prosthetic Head, Critical Digital Studies: A Reader, (eds. Arthur and Marilouise Kroker), Toronto, ON, Canada: University of Toronto Press, Fall. (republished from 2008).

(2012) Water and Refuse from Strange Blood Sport, In: Hecate (Ed. Carole Ferrier), The University of Queensland.  37.2, 2011

(2008) The Sacrificial Body of Orlan (re-published from 1999 article), In:
Sociology of the Body: A Reader, Claudia Malacrida and Jacqueline Low (eds), UK, Oxford University Press.

(2008)  Simulated Talking Machines: Stelarc’s Prosthetic Head,
Critical Digital Studies: A Reader, (eds. Arthur and Marilouise Kroker), Toronto, ON, Canada: University of Toronto Press, Fall.

(2005). A Sensorial Act of Replication,
Stelarc: The Monograph, (ed.) Dr Marquard Smith, USA: MIT Press.

(2005). Face-Off, Stelarc Interview,
Meanjin: New Writing in Australia, Portraits of the Artist, (ed.) Ian Britain, Australia: Melbourne University Press, Vol. 64, No. 1 & 2, p166.

(2004). pros+thesis,
LIVE: Art, Performance and the Contemporary, (ed.) Adrian Heathfield, London: Tate Publications.

(2002). The Human/not human in the work of Orlan and Stelarc,
The Cyborg Experiments: extensions of the body in the media age, (ed.) Dr. Joanna Zyslinka, London and New York: Continuum.

(1999). The Sacrificial Body of Orlan, Special issue on Body Modification,
Body and Society, (eds) Mike Featherstone & Bryan S. Turner, United Kingdom: Nottingham Trent University, Vol. 5, 2-3,

Journal articles:
(2013) An Overview of Visual Poetry and Mail Art in Australia, Rochford Street Review: A Journal of Australian Cultural Reviews, News and Criticism, Issue 8, June - August 2013, Edited by Mark Roberts. Click here 

(2009). Samira Makhmalbaf’s Darkness and Light, Metro Magazine, #161, July, ATOM, Melbourne.

(2008). Edward Scissorhands: All Too Human, Australian Screen Education, Melbourne: Australian Teachers of Media, Issue #50, June.

(2008). Doubly Monstrous? Female and Disabled,
Essays in Philosophy, Special Issue on Disability, (ed. Michael Goodman), The Department of Philosophy, California: Humboldt State University, Volume 9, No. 1, January.

(2007). Human by Design: GATTACA, Australian Screen Education, Melbourne: Australian Teachers of Media, Issue #46.

(2007). Review of Michael Richardson’s book, ‘Surrealism and Cinema’,
Metro Magazine, Melbourne: Australian Teachers of Media, Issue #152.

(2006). Corporeal Melange: Aesthetics and Ethics of Biomaterials in Stelarc and Nina Sellars ‘Blender’,
Leonardo: Art and Science Journal, (ed. Roger Malina), 39.5, October, USA: MIT. Link to academia here

(2005). Stelarc’s Prosthetic Head, c
Theory – An international peer-reviewed journal of theory, technology and culture, 1000 Days of Theory, (eds.) Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, 10 October, 2005, http://www.ctheory.net

(2003). Case for Future Existence or Mutate Now and Live Forever (on the art of Korean artist Lee Bull), House of Tomorrow Catalogue,
MESH, #16, Melbourne: Experimenta Media Arts.

(2002). Only Healthy Seed Must Be Sown: GATTACA,
Australian Screen Education, ATOM, Melbourne, #30, November.

(2002). Waste Culture: GATTACA, WASTE,
MESH, #15, Experimenta Media Arts, Melbourne, www.experimenta.org

(2001). Review of Company in Space Performance – Capital Theatre, Melbourne, Body, Space and Technology Journal, United Kingdom, http://www.brunel.ac.uk/depts/pfa/bstjournal/index.htm


(1999). Technological Women,
Openline Magazine, Australia: RMIT University.

(1998). The Body Politic, Game Theory,
MESH, Experimenta, Media Arts, Melbourne.

(1996). Cyb(erotic) Transformations, Arts in the Electronic Landscape, South Australia:
Artlink.

(1995). Would you make love to a stick figure? Interview with Professor Allucquere Rosanne Stone at the Metropolitan, Melbourne.
MESH, Experimenta Media Arts, Melbourne. (Commissioned article).

Catalogue essays:
(2010). Spectacle of the Mind, Global Mind Project Launch (performances by Jill Orr, Stelarc and Domenico de Clario), Federation Square, Melbourne, 10 December, Melbourne: Global Mind Project (Karen Casey & Harry Sokol) (inpress).

(2006). Aesthetic Emergence+Self, ‘Imagine Exhibition Catalogue’, (ed. Zara Stanhope), Australia:
Heide Museum of Modern Art. (Commissioned).

(2004) Karen Casey’s Art of Mind, Catalogue essay for her exhibition at RMIT Gallery, Storey Hall, Melbourne in December. (Commissioned).

(2002). Pros+Thesis, Alternate Interfaces,
Stelarc Exhibition Catalogue at Monash University Art Gallery, Melbourne, September.

(2001) Clones—Juan Ford Paintings,
Dianne Tanzer GalIery, Melbourne. (Commissioned). Available lick here


(1999) Silence, BYTEME, Digital Art Exhibition,
Bendigo City Art Gallery (along with Dr. Kevin Murray and Dr. Darren Tofts). (Commissioned).

(1997) Indulge,
Exhibition Catalogue, Fringe Festival, Melbourne

(1997) Challenge of the Space, Exhibition Catalogue,
The Graduate Centre, The University of Melbourne

(1996) The Mechanics of Production, interview with Cherrie Whitington, Director of Organic/Mechanic,
PGR, The University of Melbourne, Autumn.

(1995) The Virtual Scholar Symposium, interview with Matthew Riddle, Science Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne,
Postgraduate Review, December.
Book reviews:
(2011) On Rage (Germaine Greer)
http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com/2011/04/black-men-do-rage-black-women-do-grief.html
(2010) Fast Feminism (Shannon Bell)
http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com/2010/09/fast-feminism-shannon-bell-book-review.html
(2010) The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Rebecca Skloot)
http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com/2010/01/short-review-of-rebecca-skloots-book.html
(2010) I Cyborg (Kevin Warwick)
http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com/2010/12/i-cyborgkevin-warwick-and-stelarc.html
Film reviews:
2009-2010 Various film reviews on my blog: http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com
(2005), Enduring Love (film review), Teaching English Australia (ed. Karen Ford), September, http://www.teachingenglish.com.au (Commissioned).
(2005), Rock School (film review), Teaching English Australia (ed. Karen Ford), August, http://www.teachingenglish.com.au (Commissioned).
(2005), Dirty Pretty Things (film review), Teaching English Australia (ed. Karen Ford), April, http://www.teachingenglish.com.au (Commissioned).
Performance art reviews:
(1997). Zibniev Karkowski, review of performance of Zibniev Karkowski, with Stelarc and Geoffrey Hales at the Continental, Prahran, 1997, commissioned by Karkowski for his Paris and Tokyo performance flyers.

(1995) Survival Research Laboratories at ACCA. CATfood, Newsletter No.2. 1995

(1995). White Woman Variation No.1. Review of Linda Sproul performance at ACCA. CATfood Newsletter, July.

(1993). Love Equals Money, review of Michael Cook performance at Autopsy Bandwagon, Carlton, Club Tractor No.1, Melbourne, Victoria.


Art Exhibition Reviews
Review of Murray McKeich: pzombie available at:http://juliejoyclarke.blogspot.com.au/2009/12/review-of-murray-mckeich-pzombie-2007.html

CREATIVE WRITING AS AUTHOR:
Strange Blood Sport (self published - rare object) 2011
Lingua, Cyberpoetry Webzine, State Library of Victoria, May, 1999
New Stimuli, TUG, The Undercover Girl Magazine, online and in print, Oslo, Norway, May, 1998
Flightpaths - Writing Journeys, CD Rom, Next Wave Festival, September, 1997
Fleshfactor, Ars Electronica Sumposium, Zurich, on-line discussion, September, 1997
Pollination, commissioned by MESH, Melbourne, 1994
Echo, Mind, Fall, (self published chapbook) Melbourne, 1989
Veils, chapbook, Post Neo Books, Elwood, Victoria, 1985
Skywriter, chapbook, Neo Publications, Elwood, Victoria, 1984
Poems (various), Mayblooms, Hawthorn Writers Group, 1984 and 1985
I lock my door, Up from Below: Anthology of Women Writers, Redress Press, Sydney - poem
performed by LaBoite Theatre, Brisbane, 1987
Six Melbourne Writers on Tape, Produced by Marcus Breen & Steve Warne, Melbourne, 1984
Poem, Going Down Swinging No. 1, June, 1980, Melbourne, ed. Kevin Brophy
Poem, The Merri Creek or Nero, ed. Kris Hemensley, 1979, 1980, 1981
Poetic Prose pieces, Magic Sam, Sydney, 1979


COLLECTIONS IN LIBRARIES:
Skywriter and Echo, Mind, Fall, in Rare Books, State Library of Victoria (Curator: Des Cowley) - Rare Books, Matheson Library, Monash University -  Rare Books, University of Buffalo and in General collection, The Bailleau Library, The University of Melbourne