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Curriculum Vitae:

 

AWARDS, HONOURS AND RESIDENCIES: 

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITION/PERFORMANCES

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITION/PERFORMANCE IN GROUP SHOW

 

 

SCREENINGS

 

 

PUBLIC APPEARANCES:

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

A Fine Line, Melbourne, Australia, 2009. Exhibition Catalogue
 
Anon. ‘Emma Rochester – Animation’. The Age. Melbourne, Australia, April 22, 2009
 
Anon. ‘Les Artistes Ouvrent Leur Atelier au Public Jeudi Prochain’. Lest Éclair, France, August 21, 2011.
http://www.lest-eclair.fr/article/sorties-loisirs/les-artistes-ouvrent-leur-atelier-au-public-jeudi-prochain
 
Bird, I., ‘Rochester Wrapt up in Gorge’. The Examiner, Launceston, Australia, March 3, 2012.
 
Collective Truth Lies and Lore.Encyclopedia of Lorelei.2015, Banff Centre, Canada.
 
The Butterfly Effect: Toyota Community Spirit Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, 2010. Exhibition Catalogue
 
Glass Studio, Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston, Australia, 2009
http://artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au/library/scripts/objectifyMedia.aspx?file=pdf/202/34.pdf
 
Kaszubska, G & Snip, V., ‘RMIT's Artistic Showcase: Final Weeks’. RMIT News, November 25, 2009
http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse/News%20and%20Events%2FNews%2FArts%2Fby%20date%2F2009%2F;ID=ohjmzhacizri;STATUS=A
 
Liew, A. ‘Tony Trehy’. Metasenta, 2008
http://www.metasenta.com.au/drawingspace/projects-completed/64-tony-trehy.html
 
Mackenna, T & Janssen, E., ‘LIFE IS OVER! If you want it’. MetaSenta. 2009
http://www.metasenta.com.au/drawingspace/projects-completed/89-tracy-
mackenna-and-edwin-janssen.html
 
Rengel, K ‘7 diferentes paises comvergen en eposicion colectiva’ El Regional Del Sur, Thursday 16 May, 2013, p. 22.
 
Rochester, E., ‘Mesmerised: An Experiment in Flow’. Blurb, 2009
http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/372837
 
Rochester, E., ‘These white walls’. ArtsHub, September 16, 2009
http://www.artshub.com.au/au/news-article/news/visual-arts/these-white-walls-179198?sc=1
 
Rochester, E., ‘These White Walls II’. ArtsHub, December 24, 2009
http://www.artshub.com.au/au/news-article/opinions/visual-arts/these-white-walls-180079?sc=1
 
Rochester, E., ‘TimeLine’. ArtsHub. May 27, 2009
http://www.artshub.com.au/au/news-article/opinions/visual-arts/emma-rochester-timeline-178159
 
Six… Field… Current, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, 2010. Exhibition Catalogue

 

 

COLLECTIVES

Brother Sister of the Moon
‘Brother Sister of the Moon’ is a sound and visual art collaboration between Cedric Buron (France) and Emma Rochester (Australia). Buron is a sound artist and producer, and Rochester creates experimental noise whilst walking in carefully selected sites. The pair make experimental eclectic video sound art works of ten minutes or more in duration for Exhibition and performance.
 
Heptagone
‘Heptagone‘ is a collective comprised of 1 writer and six artists. The creatives met for the first time at Camac Centre d´Art, located one hour from Paris, in the region of Champage-Ardennes, France. The seven creative makers worked on individual projects. After living together for one month they decided to form Heptagone. Heptagone has a research focus on new technology and site based responses as an outcome of culture. Each of the artists discusses his or her response to place through the use of technology. Heptagone is:
 
  • Sara Al Nuaimi (United Arab Emirates).
  • Michele Martines (Brasil).
  • Emma Rochester(Australia).
  • Natalie Ross (E.U).
  • Melita Greenleaf (E.U).
  • Amitla Cuacuas (México).
  • Seungjae Shin (South Korea).
 
HoW: Hands on Weavers
‘The HoW Group’ are involved in a research project at Charles Sturt University looking at the therapeutic and spiritual benefits of weaving for both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous women. As part of this process Hopi Indian Elders have invited H0W to visit, share and learn new weaving techniques in a collective trip to the USA in 2015 with a subsequent exhibition being planned.
 
WoWW: ‘Wingadhan Waggadha Waybarra: Women of Wagga Weaving’
‘The WoWW Project’ is an outreach program facilitated by Wagga Wagga Art Gallery that invites both Indiginous and Non-Indigenous women to learn and develop traditional weaving techniques and fibre arts. WoWW promotes a strong exhibition history.

Emma Rochester. Portrait : Roses from Crete, Woven Bee. 2015. Gif

Location: "Leaning Into the Earth" collaborative exhibition, Janell Wysock & Emma Rochester. 2014.

Photo credit: Janell Wysock : Janell Wysock Textiles

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