Kathy Temin




Born in 1968, Sydney

Education 1986 Foundation Year, Prahran College, Melbourne 1987-1989 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Prahran College, Melbourne 1988-1991 Co-ordinator of S.W.I.M. (Support Women Image Makers) 1991-1993 Master of Fine Arts, Victorian College for the Arts, University of Melbourne 1993-1995 Lecturer in Sculpture, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne 1995 Artist in residence at Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth 1996-1997 Research Programm at Goldsmiths, London 1997-1998 P.S.1, New York, Artist in residence, Australia Council Studio
Selected solo exhibitions 1989 Photocopies, Store 5, Melbourne 1990 Terracotta-DAS Sculptures, Store 5, Melbourne 1991 The Duck-Rabbit Problem, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne 1992 Sutton Gallery, Melbourne 1993 Corner Wall Drawing with Parts/ An Art Film, Store 5, Melbourne 1993 Larme Cubi's, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney 1994 In The Box Dis-Play, CBD Gallery, Sydney 1994 Dis-Play Problem, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne 1994 Art Cologne, Sponsored Artist (Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery), Cologne, Germany 1995 Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam, cat. 1995 Wall Drawings, Objects & Videos: Made in new Plymouth, Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand, cat. 1995 Wall Drawings with Parts 1990-95, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane 1995 Three Indoor Monuments, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, cat. 1995 Residence, In the home of Julian Dashpar and Marie Shannon, Auckland 1995 What's in a Song, CBD Gallery, Sydney 1996 Model Homes, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney 1996 Home Dis-Play, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne 1996 Model Homes, Hamish McKay Gallery, Wellington 1997 Some of my favourite things, Habitat Store, Tottenham Court Road, London 1997 Cat Mat, Cleveland, London, England 1998 Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne 1999 Model Homes, Another Place, Amsterdam 1999 Felt Habita, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney 2000 Hamish Mckay Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand 2001 My Kylie Collection,: Part 2: Monash University Gallery Caulfield Campus 2002 Frozen Moments (as part of My Kylie Collection), Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne 2002 Frozen, Staged and Abstracted moments, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney 2003 Auditions for a pair of Koalas, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne 2003 Auditions for a pair of Koalas, Frozen, Staged and Abstracted Moments (as part of My Kylie Collection), Hamish Mckay Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand 2004 Kathy Temin, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand 2004 My Kylie, ICA, London, England
Selected group exhibitions 1990 Annotations, collaboration with Brenda Ludeman, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne 1990 The Self Portrait Show, Roar Studios, Melbourne 1990 Artists Against Animal Experimentation, Deutscher Brunswick Street, Melbourne 1990 10 Animals, Store 5, Melbourne, curated by Kathy Temin 1991 The Subversive Stitch, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, curated by Natalie King, cat. 1991 Architectural Subjects, Store 5, Melbourne, curated by Tony Clark 1991 W.T. Rawleigh Building, Melbourne 1991 Frames of Reference: Aspects of Feminism and Art, Pier 4/5, Sydney, curated by Sally Couacoud, cat. 1991 S.W.I.M. (Support Women Image Makers), fundraising exhibition, Linden Gallery, Melbourne 1991 Exultate Jubilate, # 81, Store 5, Melbourne, curated by Elizabeth Newman and Angela Brennan 1991 Bloodstone Boot Exhibition (Invitational Prize), Chameleon Gallery, Hobart, * 1992 The Body in Question: works from the Monash University Collection, Monash Gallery, Melbourne 1992 Dissonance, Pier 4/5 The Wharf, Sydney 1992 Supermart, The Blaxland Gallery, Melbourne 1993 Wit's End, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, curated by Kay Campell and Pam Hansford, cat. 1993 Perspecta 1993, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, cat. 1993 High Pop, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, curated by Jeff Gibson 1993 Monster Field, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, curated by A.D.S. Donaldson 1993 The Exact Moment, A Critical Cities Project, Melbourne 1993 Scrounge Time, University of Tasmania Art Gallery, Tasmania, curated by DavidMcDowell and Edward Colless 1994 Tekeningen & tekeningen, Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam 1994 Store 5, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane 1994 Drawings: Louise Bourgeois, Asta Groting, Eva Hesse, Kathy Temin, Rosemarie Trockel, Rachel Whiteread, Frith Street Gallery, London 1994 Babies & Bambies, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, cat. 1994 Spoken Because "I", Museum of Modern Art, Heide, Melbourne, cat. 1994 Loop, A Critical Cities Project, Longford Cinema (part of New Wave Festival), Melbourne 1994 Art Hotel, Amsterdam Hilton, represented by Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam 1994 Melbourne Seven, David Prestorious Gallery, Brisbane, cat. 1994 Bad Toys, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne 1994 Whitered, Frith Street Gallery, London 1994 Projection: Filming the Boy, The Basement Project, Basement, Melbourne 1995 Decadence; 10 Years of exhibitions at 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne 1995 Wall Drawings and Situations, Melbourne, curated by Max Delaney, cat. 1995 Moët and Chandon Touring Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Queensland Art Gallery, * 1995 Crossing Borders, USA tour 1995-1997, cat. 1995 Videonale, Bonn Kunstverein, Bonn 1995 The Nervous System, Taranaki Artist-in Residence Projects, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth 1996 The Second Asia-Pacific Triennal, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane 1996 Manifesta 1, Villa Museumpark, Rotterdam 1996 Australia, Familiar and Strange: Australian Contemporary Art, Seoul Arts Centre 1996 White Hysteria, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide 1997 The Seppelt Contemporary Art Award, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1997 Humdrum, The Apartment, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London 1997 Strangely Familiar, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham * 1997 Thoughts, City Racing, London 1998 Inglenook, Feigen Contemporary Art, New York 1998 Claustrofobia, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, cat. 1998 Wish You Luck, P.S.1, 22nd Studio Program Exhibition, New York 1998 Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne 1998 Losse werken, rake klappen, Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam 1998 The infinite space, women, minimalism and the sculptural object, Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne Gallery, Melbourne 1998 Unhomely, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul and Kyongju 1998 Furnish, Bendigo Contemporary Art Gallery, Melbourne 1998 Haimisch (homely), TheJewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne 1998/1999 Look me in the eyes, Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam 1999 Interplay, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, Arizona 1999 Moët & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Australian State Galleries 1999 Hypervision, Elizabethe Cherry, Tucson, Arizona 1999/2000 00, Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam 2000 Amateur. variable research initiative 1900 - 2000, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Göteborg, cat. 2000 Waiting, Meljby Art Center, Halmstadt, Sweden 2001 3rd Biennual Leuven; De Keeshond hapt, Leuven, Belgium, cat. 2001 Art > Music: Rock, Pop, Techno, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, curator: Sue Cramer, cat. 2001 Home made, Stichting V/H de Gemeente, Leeuwarden, Holland, cat. 2001 The (Ideal) Home Show, Gimpel Fils, London 2001 The Wonder Inn, with Constanze Zikos and Nikos Paperstiargdis, Artspace, Sydney 2002 Spot the differences, Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam 2002 Field Work, Federation Square, National Gallery of Victoria 2002 Launch of A Magazine( as a part of my Kylie Collection), organized by Kathy Temin and Getrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne 2002 Multiples, Temple Bar, Dublin and the printmakers Studio, London 2003 Extended Play: Art Remixing music, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand 2003 Supernova, a tribute to Giovanni Intra, Hamish McKay Gallery, wellington, New Zealand
* = travelling exhibition
Catalogues 1991 Frames of Reference: Aspects of Feminism and Art, Sally Conachaud, Artspace, Sydney 1992 Problem Child, Juliana Engberg, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne 1993 Out of Humor, Campell, published by Kay , Wits End, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1993 Saying Kaddish for Modernism, Naomi Cass, Perspecta, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 1993 Australian Perspecta 1993, published by Victoria Lynn, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 1994 Spoken Because "I", Julian Engberg, Museum of Modern Art at Heide 1994 Babies and Bambies, Nina Folkersma Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam 1994 Melbourne Seven, Michelle Helzerich, David Pestorius Gallery, Brisbane 1994 Working with the Wall, Ivan Dougherty, Sydney 1995 Kathy Temin, Sue Rowley Crossing Borders, US touring 1995-'97 1995 Wall drawings, Objects and Videos, Made in New Plymouth, Priscilla Pitts, Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand 1995 Three Indoor Monuments, Naomi Cass, July Ewington, Andrew Renton, The Australian centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne 1996 Book Two, published by McGraw Hill 1997 The Seppelt Prize, Bernice Murphy / Natalie King, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1998 The Chassis and the Entrails, Yvette Brakman, Claustrophobia, Ikon Gallery 2000 Amateur/Eldsjäl, Göteborgs Kontmuseum, Göteborg 2000 Kathy Temin, Moët & Chandon, Epernay 2001 De Keeshond hapt, Kees Van Gelder, Biennual Leuven, Belgium 2001 Art > Music: Rock, Pop, Techno, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, curator: Sue Cramer, cat.
Selected articles 1991 Exhibition as material Proposition, 100 exhibitions at Store 5, Carolyn Barnes, Broadsheet 20, December 4 1991 Anthropomorphising formalism at the haberdashery, Naomi Cass, Agenda, no. 18 1992 Like love, in Melbourne art will find a way, Christopher Heathcote, The Age, Febr. 19 1992 Kathy Temin, Robyn McKenzie, Art & Text, no. 42, June 1993 Kathy Temin: Infantile Terrible, Object Relations and the Problem Child, Robyn McKenzie, Art & Text, no. 45, May 1993 Rematerialisation: The Work of Rosemarie Trockel and Kathy Temin, Natlie King, Binocular 1993 The good, the bad and the abstract, Jeff Gibson, Art and Text, no. 44 1993 Lowly Grunge Meets High Pop, Felicity Fenner, The Sydney Morning Herald, 8-9th May 1994 Drawings: Frith Street Gallery, Rachel Taylor, Women's Art, London 1994 Beauty in Ugly Ducklings, Virginia Trioli, The Age, September 14 1995 Kathy Temin, Naomi Cass, Art & Text, no. 50, January 1995 The Problem is..., Andrew Renton, Art and Cultural Difference, Art and Design publication, London 1995 Monuments to Family History, Robyn McKenzie, The Age, August 2 1996 Stage Whisper, Carrol Steven, The Age, May 24 1996 Rotterdam Manifesta 1, Giovanna Masoni, Il Giornale Dell'Arte, no.145, June 1996 Materializing, Le Mostra Manifesta, Flash Art 1996 Bored with the beach, Peter Plagens, Europe Newsweek, July 15 1996 Art Now: Contemporary Art Post-1970, Book Two, Donald Williams & Colin Simpson 1996 Modern Homes at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Bruce James, Sydney Morning Herald, September 13 1997 Asia Pacific Triennial, Stuart Koop, Art and Text, no. 57 1997 Cat Mat, Sue Hubbard, Time Out UK March 10 -17 1998 Felicity Coleman, Kathy Temin at Anna Schwartz Gallery, Coleman, Art/Text, no. 62 1998 Claustrophobia, Ikon Birmingham, Claire Bishop, Flash Art vol. XXXI, October 1998 Kathy Temin at Anna Schwartz Gallery, Charles Green, Artforum, October 1998 Tuft Decisions......, Anna Johnson, Australian Vogue, March 1998 HQ Magazine, Front, Sue Cramer, March 1998 Voices choices, Inglenook, Kim Levin, Village Voice, New York, July 21 1999 Kathy Temin´s ideal home, Susan Shaw, VERY 6 1999 Kathy celebrates with Moët & Chandon, State of the Arts, May - August 1999 Felt Habitat at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Art in America, Felicity Fenner, October 1999 "Oh my God, they've picked Kathy'', Sydney Morning Herald, Bruce Jame, March 10 2000 Amateur. variable research initiative 1900 - 2000, Exhibition newsletter # 2, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Göteborg 2000 Kathy Temin, Moët & Chandon, Make, Sharon Kivland, UK, No. 89, Sep -Nov. 2000 Nicole Lehmann, Inside Out, French/Toast Travel, October 2000 Heart-felt collages of domesticy: Profile, The Age, Megan Backhouse, Oct. 4 2000 Aspect Blindness, Art/Text, Sue Spaid, No. 69 May-July 2001 Art>Music: rock, pop, techno, Joanna Mendelssohn, Tema Celeste, nr 86, p. 110 2001 The (Ideal) Home Show, Time Out, UK, Martin Coomer, August 22-29, No. 16168 2001 Gregory Williams, Flux Interior, Special Art Issue, Interior Design, No. 10 New York 2001 Home is where the Art is, Australian Style, Natalie King, No. 54, August 2001 Simon Rees, Flash Art, Art/Music, MCA, Sydney, May/June 2001 The Visual Voice: When Art and Music Collide, Juice magazine, Lucy McGregor, No. 102, 06/2001 2002 Verschillen zoeken, Tubelight 23, Jaap Vinken en Martine van Kampen p. 11 2002 Living Doll, The Sydney Morning Herald, Metro, Peter Hill, Aug. 16 - 22 2002 Cult-figue Kylie snap frozen in pink hued shrine, Sydney Morning Herald, Sharon Verghis, Aug. 1 2002 Kylie fan tales, Herald Sun, Alison Barclay, Sept. 13
Grants, awards and residencies 1989 City of Praha Acquisitive Award of Excellence 1994 Visual Arts and Crafts Board Quick Response Grant for international travel to Amsterdam 1994 Rubert Bunny Foundation Acquisitive Scholarship, City of Port Philip, towards the exhibition Three indoor Monuments at ACCA, Melbourne 1995 1995 International Travel Grant, Visual Arts/Craft board 1995 Artist in Residence, Govett Brewster Gallery Art , New Plymouth, New Zealand 1996 Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship to study in London 1997-1998 PS1 Studio, New York, Australia Council The Seppelt Contemporary Art Award, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1999/2000 Moët & Chandon Grant, Epernais