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Tintin Wulia (b. 1972, Denpasar) is internationally recognised for socio-politically charged works presented in witty, often interactive and participatory artworks. Her background in architecture and music (BEng/Architecture, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan 1998 and BMus/Film Scoring, Berklee College of Music 1997) as well as her practice-based research training in art (PhD/Art, RMIT University 2013) contribute to her transdisciplinary works that are often process-based and systemic, taking place across mediums. She fuses installation, mural/drawing, video, sound and performance amongst others, hacking and repurposing ready-mades, e.g. IKEA products, neodymium magnets, living matter, surveillance cameras and arcade game machines, factoring the materials' original systems into her work.

Tintin Wulia was Artist-in-residence at Slade School of Fine Art, 28 September – 6 November 2015 as part of the Transnational Art Network research project at the Slade. The video of this lecture can be viewed on YouTube.

The video of this lecture can be viewed on YouTube.