Stay, create and present in Tokyo with 3331 Arts Chiyoda's residence program
Dr. Kent Wilson
Residence Period: 2017.01.10-2017.02.06
"I will research artists working at the facility while there; artists who have worked at the facility in the past; and contemporary artists working in Tokyo. From this research I will identify 5-6 international artists who are suitable to combine with 5-6 artists from Australia, related by the same thematic thread in their work, to develop an exhibition of 10-12 artists (half Australian, half Japanese/international) to be exhibited in 2018, simultaneously, in Tokyo and Melbourne."
'Running Interference' (2016), Rubicon ARI;
'The Agency of Things' (2016), Anna Pappas Gallery;
'Eye Score' (2015), Town Hall Gallery
Kent Wilson is a curator, artist and writer working in Melbourne, Australia. He is the Senior Curator at La Trobe Art Institute; Co-Director of Kyneton Contemporary Inc; and produces freelance arts projects across various venues. Kent has exhibited his own artwork at commercial galleries, artist-run-spaces and public galleries. He is a writer published in several platforms; he maintains an arts blog with called the subMachine; and writes exhibition essays for group shows and artists.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.