Baik Art Gallery

Tintin Wulia


Brisbane-, Godalming- and Gothenburg-based Tintin Wulia (b. 1972, Denpasar) has exhibited in major exhibitions such as Istanbul Biennale (2005), Yokohama Triennale (2005), Jakarta Biennale (2009), Moscow Biennale (2011), Gwangju Biennale (2012), Asia Pacific Triennale (2012), Sharjah Biennale (2013). In 2017 she represents Indonesia in the 57th Venice Biennale with a solo pavilion 1001 Martian Homes. Her work is part of public and private collections including in the Van Abbemuseum, Singapore Art Museum, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art and He Xiangning Art Museum.
Wulia is a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow 2018 with the Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. She is also a recipient of Australia Council for the Arts’ Creative Australia Fellowship 2014-2016. Her project Trade/Trace/Transit (since 2014) is initially supported by Australia Council for the Arts’ New Work – Mid Career grant.
She was a Postdoctoral Fellow in design, crafts and society with a focus on migration (working with HDK-Valand/Academy of Art and Design, School of Global Studies, Centre on Global Migration) 2018-2020, and is Principal Investigator of a 2021-2023 Swedish Research Council-funded Protocols of Killings: 1965, distance, and the ethics of future warfare at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She is also Principal Investigator for Things for Politics’ Sake: Aesthetic Objects and Social Change (THINGSTIGATE), funded by the European Research Council (ERC), 2023-28.