BIO

Annelize Mulder was born in South Africa and currently lives and works in Brisbane. Mulder’s art practice captures the complexities of migration that are compounded by moving from a country that is saturated with violence. Through an interdisciplinary approach, she articulates the role of memory in migration by incorporating various methods. Her material choices are concept-driven producing sculptures, installations, and multimedia works. Personal experiences and collective migrant experiences are filtered through her art practice and embed her work with remembrance and dissonance. In recent years, Mulder exhibited in London, Tasmania, Toowoomba, and Melbourne. Mulder was also selected for a 6-month residency at Metro Arts and successfully obtained an Arts Queensland grant in 2020.

RESUME

SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2022  Attenuated: The Shape of Migrated Memory, Grey Street and Whitebox Galleries, Queensland College of Art (February - March)

 

2020  Vulnerable Bodies, Logan Regional Art Gallery, with public engagement events. Catalogue Essay.

            Facing Forward, a digitally documented project funded by artsQueensland and BEMAC   

              

2018  Deeply Disturbed Surprisingly Functional, with Jacinta Giles, First Coat, Toowoomba

          Peculiar Freedoms, solo, POP Gallery, Festival House, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. Catalogue Essay.

          Threat and Safety Measures, solo, Metro Arts, Brisbane
 

2015  Four Walls, Webb Gallery, with Cielle Jansen van Vuuren, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 

2023  Acts of Translation, Geelong *Upcoming*

2019  Conduit, The Morgue Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, London, United Kingdom

          Tether, Sawtooth Artist-Run Initiative, Launceston, Tasmania

          Moreton Bay Regional Art Awards, Strathpine, Brisbane

          Prospect, POP Gallery, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
 

2018  Postcards from Home, an international on-line collaboration by invitation. Project by artist Photini Papahatzi based in Athens.

 

2017  Collective Origins, Webb Gallery, Queensland College of Art

          Mikala Dwyer and Justine Williams Masterclass Exhibition, Whitebox, Brisbane

          Nundah Art Award, Brisbane

         Showcase 1, House Conspiracy, West End, Brisbane (conclusion of residency)

         Not for Sale, Garland, on-line exhibition and publication by The World Crafts Council Australia

 

2016  Four Walls, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne curated by Bethany O’Connor

          Shift 1, In Residence Ari, Paddington, Brisbane

          Something Like This but Not This, The Laundry, East Brisbane. 

          Second Home, Garland, on-line exhibition and publication by The World Crafts Council Australia

 

2015   Queensland College of Art Graduate Show, Griffith University, Brisbane

           GAS Leak, The Laundrie Artspace, East Brisbane

           Life Art Worldwide Expo, Fortitude Valley Brisbane

          Six Plus Seven University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba

          The Laundrie National Emerging Art Prize, The Laundry Artspace, Brisbane

          Let There Be Light, COSSAG Cathedral of St. Stephen, Brisbane

          The Music Gallery, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University collaborative performance

          Walking Shadow, Collaboration with Indonesian/Australian artist Jumaadi, Griffith University

          BrisAsia Festival Exhibition performance with Jumaadi, Reddacliff Place, Brisbane

 

2014  Jalan-Jalan, Queensland College of Art, Project Gallery Brisbane      

          ME + YOU + US + THEM, Queensland College of Art, Project Gallery Brisbane
 

2014  1/3 [one of three], Queensland College of Art, Project Gallery Brisbane                   

 

EDUCATION

2022  PhD Queensland College of Art, Griffith University Attenuated Memories and South African Migration:Remnants of Everyday Violence

           Supervision: Prof E. Findlay and Dr R. Mason
 

2016  Bachelor of Fine Art Honours, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Academic Award
 

2015  Bachelor of Fine Art, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Academic Award
 

EMPLOYMENT (selected)

2022 - current         Senior Governance Officer, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

2019 - ongoing       Senior Curriculum Learning and Engagement - Independent Art Workshop Teacher
 

2018 - ongoing       Griffith University Sessional Staff, Art Theory Tutor

2021                          Bellbird Arts Centre, Ceramics hand building teaching

2017 - 2019              Workshops: Adults - Acrylic, oil and watercolour painting

RESIDENCIES AND GRANTS

2020 Arts Queensland, Regional Arts Services Network and BEMAC stART grant.

2018  Metro Arts: curated 5-month residency (February – July) Historical Brisbane Arts Centre
 

2017  House Conspiracy, 3- week residency, West End Brisbane

PUBLICATIONS AND CATALOGUES

2018  Peculiar Freedoms. Catalogue Essay.

          The Conspirator House Conspiracy, published May 2018

2017  Podcast, House Conspiracy interview with Jonathan O’Brien

          Garland Magazine, The World Crafts Council Australia, catalogue: Not for Sale

2016  Garland Magazine, The World Crafts Council Australia, catalogue: Second Home

2015  GAS Leak Catalogue Essay

          The Laundrie National Emerging Art Prize. Catalogue Essay.

         Brisbane News Publication; Four Walls exhibition: The Sum of Us

MEMBERSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS

2021                      Tony Albert: Masterclass and collaboration, Queensland College of Art

2020 - ongoing   Griffith University Creative Arts Research Institute

2019                      Working effectively with Cultural Diversity Training, Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre

2018                      Alex Murray-Leslie: Masterclass, Queensland College of Art

2018 - ongoing    National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA)

2017                       Mikala Dwyer and Justine Williams: Masterclass, Queensland College of Art

2017 - 2020          Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research

 

2016 - ongoing    Griffith University Honours College Alumni

AUTHOR

2020  When Memory Dissolves, Catalogue essay 'Vestige' Jacques van der Merwe.

2017  Parallel Worlds, Catherine Parker catalogue essay, Spiro Grace Art Rooms, Brisbane. Catalogue Essay.

2017  Contributing Author various articles: In-Residence Artist Run Initiative and on-line publication

          with a published hard copy available for purchase at the Institute of Modern Art (IMA) Brisbane