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Julia Gwendolyn Schneider
Julia Gwendolyn Schneider is an art critic based in Berlin. She studied American Studies, Cultural Sciences, and Aesthetics at Humbolt University, Berlin, and Cultural Studies at Middlesex University, London. In 2001, she has curated an exhibition on net art at Humbolt University, and in 2002 was assistant curator for Urban Drift, an international collaborative platform in Berlin for contemporary urban strategies. In 2006, she worked in arts administration for the Biennale of Sydney and the Australia Council for the Arts. Her writing has appeared in art catalogues and art magazines such as springerin, Mute, artnet, von hundert, Camera Austria, and in the daily taz. In 2008, she undertook a research trip to Kyrgyzstan and wrote about art production under post-Soviet conditions. Since 2006, the Asia-Pacific region has been a focus in her writing, including essays on numerous topics such as alternative art spaces, the survival of The Artists Village in Singapore, video art and media activism in Indonesia, and the documentary titled IPHONECHINA.
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A Reflective Turn in Exhibition-Making: On Alternatives to Ritual
Volume 13, Number 5, September/October 2014
by Julia Gwendolyn Schneider
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Bridging the Past, Present, and Future
Volume 14, Number 4, July/August 2015
by Julia Gwendolyn Schneider
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Pak Sheung Chuen: Art as a Personal Journey in Times of Political Upheaval
Volume 17, Number 1, January/February 2018
by Julia Gwendolyn Schneider
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