Julie Chou

Prilla Tania

September - December 2007

Prilla Tania is an emerging new media artist with a growing international profile. She is the founder of VideoBabes, an artist-run organization which supports the development of video art in Indonesia. Prilla Tania has exhibited at the Jakarta Biennale, at Gallery NAF, Nagoya, Japan and many other venues. Tania's residency is part of the new exchange between IASKA and Kelola, an Indonesian non-profit organization which aims to foster new professional opportunities for the Indonesian art community. As part of this exchange, prominent Western Australian artist Rodney Glick undertook a residency in Jakarta in late 2007. This exchange has been supported by the Australia Indonesia Foundation and by the Department of Culture and the Arts of the Western Australian government.

Taiwanese artist Julie Chou, has exhibited at Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney; Shin Leh Yuan Art Space, Taipei and the Changing Room Gallery, London and many other galleries. Chou is a recipient of the "Global Vision" Creation Promotion Program's grant of Council for Cultural Affairs, Taiwan and of the first International Artist Exchange Program of Marrickville Council, Australia and one of the finalists of The 3rd Taishin Arts Award, Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture, Taiwan. Julie Chou's residency is part of an exchange with the Taipei Artists Village and was made possible through the support of Asialink.