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Juliet Fowler-Smith
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Juliet Fowler Smith has a dual professional interest, holding degrees in fine arts to masters level and in Applied Science (occupational therapy). Her interest in lived experience is integral to her practice as an artist. She has an interest and extensive professional background in cultural planning in health services (placemaking projects) and arts organisations. working with Synapse in Australia and Nine Dragon Heads International Art Foundation in Korea for many years. In 2005 she is co-directing an international environmental art event in Australia. Fowler Smith has raised two boys and pursued a career in health as well as maintaining a consistently exploratory arts practice with regular exhibitions and site works in Australia and South Korea since 1987. Exhibition venues include Gallery 4A, Asia Australia Art Centre and The Performance Space in Sydney.

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1. 1996 – The Performance Space. Sydney Untitled
5 metres of dialysis tubing filled with iodine laid on a starched surface along the boundary wall creating a coloured chemical reaction through the process of osmosis. 15 drawings, gouache and pencil on paper.

2. 2000 - 5th International Environment Art Symposium, “Nine Dragon Heads”, Taejong Lake, South Korea. Invited Artist, Open-Air Installation. Woodtown, 25 Wax houses (.7m x.7m) melted onto pine forest, 2 chairs sunk into ground (Taejong lake).

3. 2000- Synapse Symposium, Mangrove Mountain, NSW. “ red room, yellow room”, Open -Air Installation. Red room- Red ink on branches, red masonite polka dots on ground, red mirror, red frame, found objects. Yellow room- Yellow chairs, yellow buckets, yellow barometer, yellow ribbon, wax house (.7mx.7m) melted on tree.

4.2001 - 6th International Environment Art Symposium, “Nine Dragon Heads”, Royal Tomb park, Ara Gaya, South Korea. Invited Artist. Collaboration with Suzanne Bartos A gathering of trees, 6 vylene sheets with green lace along base, approx 3-4m high, stitched between pine trees in a passage between tombs.

5&6. 2002 – Gallery 4a, Asia Australia Artist Centre, Sydney.. Make yourself at home Installation. 52 beeswax spheres, wrapped beeswax column, wrapped red paper 4 metre mobile wall with white nylon mesh frill around base, 2 chairs

7. 2003 - 8th International Environment Art Symposium, “Nine Dragon Heads”, Taejong Lake, South Korea. Invited Artist. Open-Air Installation. Hush. Detail. Beeswax sheeting in Cherry Blossom tree, 6 beeswax spheres.

8.2005 - 10th International Environment Art Symposium, “Nine Dragon Heads”, Taejong Lake, South Korea. Invited Artist. Open-Air Installation. Give and take. 9 wax hands along a path edged with pine trees.

9&10. 2005 – Terminus public art project Hauloshore Island, Nelson and Dunedin port. New Zealand. Container dreaming. Approx 150 mutant bugs (container trucks) infestations.


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