24 June - 16 July 2022
I will have a woven work included in the exhibition Text Tile, at Caves Gallery, opening on 24 June. Curated by Anna Fiedler, Madeline Simm and Tia Ansell this exhibition is a part of CAVES Guest Curator Program. Showcasing the textile based practices of over 50 artists within Australia and New Zealand, Text Tile aims to represent the full spectrum of woven and non-woven techniques and a wide variety of printing and dyeing methods. I'm really pleased to be involved.
Opening celebration at Caves Gallery on 24 June from 18hr onwards. All are welcome.
21 May - 18 June 2022
"Since Haydens was established in 2018, our focus has been to support a new generation of artists by facilitating private and institutional acquisitions, providing opportunities to invest in the experimental, critical, and socially engaged art practices which shape the landscape of contemporary art in Australia.
Marking a significant commitment to the development of contemporary art, we are proud to announce representation of five early career artists - Guy Grabowsky, Amalia Lindo, Sebastian Temple, Jacqueline Stojanović, and Tim Wagg." - Haydens
All are welcome for the opening celebration from 18hr - 20hr on the 21st of May.
19 May - 18 June 2022
I'm very pleased to share the exhibition Ж! opening at Conners Conners on the 19th of May. This solo exhibition comprises thirty works which together represent a visual azbuka (the children’s book for learning the letters of the alphabet). Informed by free association and an attitude reflective of the free wheeling and institution-defiant exhibitions of early conceptual Yugoslav art groups and artists, Ж! presents a culmination of works made between 2016 and 2022 that have been either created by hand, readymade and abstracted from my studio, or displayed from my personal collection.
All are welcome for the opening celebration from 18hr - 20hr on the 19th of May.
Jacqueline Stojanović x The Boroughs x Monsieur Truffe
Local design heroes, The Boroughs, and my favourite chocolatier, Monsieur Truffe, have made my chocolate dream come true! A new chocolate inspired by my favourite cocktail, an amaretto sour, with a chocolate wrapper I had the joy in designing too.
A limited edition is now available in store at The Boroughs Store, 345 Lygon St, Brunswick East, best before 2 May 2023.
SYMPOSIUM: STARTING AT ZERO
30 April 2022
Bauhaus artist Anni Albers had an enduring interest in the material limitations of textiles and the possibilities these constraints offered. Encouraging her students to “start at the point of zero”, she advocated for practitioners to rethink the fundamentals of textiles and then test their boundaries—her approaches to materiality continue to influence practitioners today.
This one-day symposium brings together practitioners and thinkers to explore the vast potentials of fibre and textiles as both a material and subject in contemporary practice. The program features a keynote presentation from Antonia Syme AM, Director, Australian Tapestry Workshop, alongside a series of conversations with exhibiting artists, curators, and guest speakers. Discussions consider how contemporary artists draw on the influences of Minimalism through the grid, subvert gendered perceptions around craft, and explore the significance of textiles within material culture.
WEAVING WORKSHOP INCURSION
Matraville Sports High School, Sydney
28 April 2022
As part of the public programming for the exhibition Pliable Planes: Expanded textiles and fibre practices at UNSW Galleries, Sydney, I had the pleasure of visiting Matraville Sports High School year 9 and 10 students to teach some weaving basics.
PLIABLE PLANES: EXPANDED TEXTILES & FIBRE PRACTICES
UNSW Galleries, Sydney
29 April - 17 July 2022
I'm so thrilled to be showing both solo and collaborative works with John Nixon for the Pliable Planes: Expanded Textiles & Fibre Practices exhibition, which draws together practitioners who reimagine practices in textiles and fibre art. The project takes its title from a 1957 essay by Bauhaus artist Anni Albers that sought to rethink the use of weaving through an architectural lens and interpret textiles as fundamentally structural and endlessly mutable.'
The exhibition will open on Friday 29 April, with an all day symposium to follow on Saturday 30 April Symposium: Starting at Zero, and will continue to tour until 2025.
At the Above
17 March - 23 March 2022
A work from my Grid series will be included in this year's NGV Melbourne Design Week as part of the exhibition Material Culture curated by Marsha Golemac at At the Above on Gertrude Street, Collingwood. I'm so grateful to present my work alongside these artists and designers.
'This exhibition is a dedication to the ongoing evolution of ‘material culture’ – an attempt to expand on conversations surrounding why and how things are made, and what social, functional, or symbolic needs they satisfy. Featuring the work of 16 designers, makers and artists, the exhibition encourages participants and guests alike, to imagine a world where yesterday’s ideologies and tomorrow’s innovation can coexist.'
A THREAD BETWEEN
12 March - 9 April 2022
I'm so pleased to share the exhibition A thread between, a two person exhibition alongside Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher, which will be opening Saturday 12 March at ReadingRoom in Northcote. This is the second joint presentation of our works together, all made over the last two years, with accompanying exhibition text by Emma Nixon. Our heartfelt thanks to Olivia and Edward of ReadingRoom for this opportunity.
JOHN NIXON: HIS ART AND INFLUENCE
The Lyon Housemuseum
Saturday 12 February 2022, 15hr - 16hr
It is a real honour to join the panelist discussion of John Nixon's art and influence with Stephen Bram, Kerrie Poliness, and Francis Plagne, moderated by Sue Cramer. Thank you to the Lyon Housemuseum team for hosting this wonderful event as part of the exhibition John Nixon in the Lyon Collection, open until 13 March 2022.
DAREBIN ART PRIZE
11 December 2021 - 12 March 2022
My Azbuka Rug has been selected as a finalist work for the 2021 biennial Darebin Art Prize at Bundoora Homestead. I'm so pleased to be amongst the finalists across Australia, and to re-present my work in the exhibition celebrating contemporary artworks across all media, from painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and craft, through to video art. Congratulations to the winner, wāni toaishara, and my sincere thanks to selection panel Hayley Millar Baker, Kimberley Moulton and Jon Butt.
21 - 28 October 2021
I'm very pleased to participate in the 2021 Blindside ARI's B-Side exhibition fundraiser alongside many wonderful artists. Funds raised from the exhibition support Blindside ARI's exhibitions and programs.
Designing a wine label has been a little dream of mine for a long time, which is why I am very pleased to share that one of my collaged drawings now has its place on a bottle of pinot noir called Zèfiro.
Zèfiro is the name of a breeze which blows from the West in Italy, commonly known as the wind that brings sailors home. It is the first wine of Filippo Giorli made in Australia, and is the wine with which he will return to his hometown in Tuscany to continue the practice.
Now available in select wine bars and retailers in Melbourne.
COOKING WITH JOHN
Haydens, Melbourne AU
22 May - 5 June 2021
So pleased to announce the exhibition Cooking with John will be opening this month at Haydens. Amalia Lindo and I have been tenderly planning this project since September last year, with contributions from some of the wonderful artists we had the joy of connecting with through John Nixon over the years in our role as studio assistants. We can't wait to share it with you.
The exhibition runs from May 22 - June 5 and opens on May 22nd from 6-8pm at Haydens. All welcome!
Melbourne Design Week
25 March - 28 March 2021
I'm really pleased to be part of the exhibition 'Future Inheritance' curated by Marsha Golemac for this year's Melbourne Design Week. The exhibition showcases the work of twenty multi-disciplinary artists and designers, invited to consider how, and why, objects carry meaning and, in doing so, create one such item to leave behind for the next generation.
It will be open for viewing at Truce, 5a Glasshouse Rd, Collingwood from 25 - 28.03.2021
OF COLOUR AND LIGHT BIENNIAL
West End Art Space, Melbourne AU
16 December 2020 - 28 February 2021
One of my Grids has been included in West End Art Space's third abstract biennial: Of Colour and Light. Curated by Anna Prifti the biennial provides a platform for women abstract artists from the state of Victoria. This initiative started in 2016 with the aim to showcase and advocate that women artists have been an integral part of the Abstract movement. Very pleased to be a part of it.
Blindside, Melbourne AU
4 November - 14 November 2020
This year the Blindside fundraising exhibition will be presented online. I'm delighted that Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher has invited me to be her 'B-Side' creating work that compliments hers. We will be presenting a work each from our respective drawing practices, an area of our practices that is not often seen. Each drawing will be available for sale with part of the proceeds going towards the continued operation of Blindside. Though the exhibition is held annually, this year our local arts organisations will require great support given the implications of COVID-19 restrictions upon small businesses in Melbourne.
JOHN NIXON + JACQUELINE STOJANOVIC
21 March 2020
Works from the collaborative series between John Nixon and I are included in his solo exhibition Groups + Pairs now showing at Anna Schwartz Gallery. The collaborations merge our respective practices of constructed painting and weaving, and evidence an enduring exploration of abstraction across our differing generations.
McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery
14 March 2020
I lead a weaving workshop as part of the exhibition programs for Haus Werk: The Bauhaus in contemporary art. It was such a beautiful time leading this workshop in the stunning Education Pavilion at McClelland. Thankful for all who attended.
Cube 37, Frankston Arts Centre, 27/37 Davey St, Frankston AU
26 November 2019 - 16 February 2020
As part of Haus Werk: The Bauhaus in contemporary art I have made a large-scale installation in the Glass Cube Gallery at the Frankston Arts Centre. The installation can be seen from the street 24/7.
DRAWING FOLIO 3: ABSTRACTION
Block Projects, 1/252 Church Street, Richmond AU
10 December 2019 - 1 February 2020
One of my drawings made during residence in the Icelandic Textile Centre IS 2017, will be included in this large group exhibition of artists whose practice involves abstract drawings. I'm very happy to be involved. Opens December 10 at 18hr, all welcome!
HAUS WERK: THE BAUHAUS IN CONTEMPORARY ART
McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery, 370 McClelland Drive, Langwarrin AU
26 November 2019 - 15 March 2020
I am Incredibly grateful to have my work included in this exhibition that forms part of the official 100jahrebauhaus program of events that celebrates the centenary of the Bauhaus in 2019.To share this exhibition with many personally influential artists is truly special and I am very thankful to curators Jane O'Neill and Simon Lawrie for making it possible.
BREAD + GAMES
Gallery Boot, 328 Napier Street, Fitzroy
22 August 2019
So pleased to be exhibiting some new work at Gallery Boot. Join me on August 22nd!
JOHN NIXON + JACQUELINE STOJANOVIC
23 July 2019
A pair of collaborative works between myself and John Nixon will be included as part of his exhibition Paired Paintings opening tomorrow night at Sarah Cottier Gallery. Honoured to have collaborated and to have our collaborations as part of the exhibition.
John Nixon & Jacqueline Stojanovic Untitled 2019 wound wool and enamel on wood on metal mesh and wool tapestry with enamel on wood on wooden frame 2 units overall dimensions 39 x 70cm
Haydens, 1/12 Moreland Rd, Brunswick East AU
29 June - 28 July 2019
Feeling so happy to be presenting my new series of tapestries alongside Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher's beautiful ceramic work, and very grateful that it will take place at Haydens. Please join us for the opening reception on the 29th of June.
MELBOURNE ART THEATRE
The Gossard Theatre, Melbourne AU
3 June 2019
Monday June 3rd I'll be performing along side other Donkey's Tail members at the Gossard Theatre. Join us for an evening of experimental theatre ~ taken from the children's story The man who didn't do his dishes.
Newman Drive, Newman WA, AU
For the month of March 2019 I feel privileged to be the volunteer in residence at the wonderful Martumili Artists studio and gallery. It is a truly special opportunity to experience life in the desert and learn from the Martu community.
PICTURES MADE OF WOOL
Studio 14, Gertrude Contemporary - 21-31 High Street, Preston Sth AU
15 March - 23 March 2019
Two of my handwoven tapestries will be displayed alongside other textile works in the group exhibition Pictures Made of Wool curated by John Nixon. The exhibition showcases his collection of textiles of which I feel grateful to be part of.
LOVE LETTER TO FEMINISMS
TROCADERO - level 1/119 Hopkins Street, Footscray AU
20 February 2019
Very happy to have my Scarf of Self Support included alongside many other wonderful artists in Love letter to Feminisms curated by the brilliant Dr Margaret Mayhew and Dr Nilmini Fernando. The opening event falls on International Women's Day and is a great chance to celebrate.
Haydens - 1/10 - 12 Moreland Road, Brunswick East AU
27 October 2018
I'm very excited to exhibit three small hand woven tapestries as part of the inaugural exhibition at Haydens. Each were woven in Morocco inspired by the urban architecture.
The Workshop on Forster, Berlin DE
8 February - 1 March 2018
A solo exhibition presenting a collection of tapestries and drawings created during a month long residency undertaken at the Icelandic Textile Centre. The works are a compilation of inspirations from over my yearlong journey from the Caucasus to the weaving town of Pirot, Serbia.
HIGH IN FIBRE
Bílskúr Gallerí, Blönduós IS
28 November 2017
A group show presenting works created during a month long residency undertaken at the Icelandic Textile Centre. I am displaying a hand woven carpet inspired by and reimagining traditional Pirot motifs.
Blindside, Melbourne AU
2 November 2017
Invited by artist and ceramist Hana Vasak to weave a tapestry in response to her ceramic practice. The work is featured as a "B-side" to her "A-side" for this year's first fundraiser for Blindside Gallery, Melbourne.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
1 November - 3 December 2017
I'm thrilled to be one of the artists in residence at the historic Icelandic Textile Centre for the month of November. Alongside eight talented artists I will be practicing weaving and rug making on the centre's 90 year old floor looms.
Bartcelona Gallery, Belgrade RS
25 August 2017
I am so pleased to have a print in the annual Analogue Photography exhibition at Bartcelona Gallery in Belgrade, Serbia. Curated by David Pujado, the exhibit presents work from international artists focused on using analogue means to create images.
BELGRADE PHOTO MONTH
1 April 2017
This month I've had the pleasure of writing catalogue essays on the work of photographers Felicia Simion and Francesco Marchetti who are exhibiting in this year's Belgrade Photo Month.
Featured photos by Felicia Simion