Julianne Pierce has curated exhibitions, performance events and forums for Adelaide Festival of Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, Performance Space Sydney, Adelaide Film Festival and Blast Theory UK.
NEOTERIC, Adelaide Festival 2022
Neoteric is a declaration of the importance of artists. During times of insecurity, we turn to art to get us through. Neoteric is an exhibition and an advocation, affirming the talent of 20 mid-career South Australian artists and 20 writers. The exhibition presents new works, exploring, embodying and investigating new ideas and encouraging participation. Presented as part of the Adelaide Festival 2022 running from 1 March – 10 April. Conceived, developed and initiated by Ray Harris and Thom Buchanan. Curator Julianne Pierce, Exhibition Manager Sarita Burnett, Writer Coordinator Fiona Borthwick.
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DOUBLE HELIX: Art and the Moving Image
Curated by Julianne Pierce for the 2009 Adelaide Film Festival .
A one day symposium where artists, curators and critics from throughout Australia and around discussed the fast-evolving ways that the art world and the moving image are coalescing, connecting, and colliding. The sessions framed a series of debates around issues such as the ways that work being done in a gallery context might be of interest to more main stream audio-visual media, and the ways that moving image practices, technologies and distribution structures might affect the way visual artists develop their work.
Review by Ross Harley in Realtime magazine.
The annual exhibition of young Australian Artists held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Curated by Julianne Pierce, Primavera 2003 explored a range of concerns through screen and projection-based media, as well as digital photographs, sculpture, installation and sound. Featuring Daniel Crooks, Alex Davies, Adam Donovan, Shaun Gladwell, Stephen Honneger & Anthony Hunt, Jonathan Jones, The Kingpins: Emma Price, Katie Price, Técha Noble & Angelica Mesiti, Mari Velonaki and Cicada: Kirsten Bradley & Nick Ritar
Image: Primavera catalogue with artwork by Daniel Crooks.