Juliana Yasin Singapore
Juliana Yasin (b.1970) is an active Singaporean artist who has exhibited and performed with various solo and group initiatives and performance festivals since 1989 including over 60 exhibitions in Singapore, 20 in the SE Asia Region and 20 events abroad e.g. Australia, Germany, Ireland and Poland. Having spent many years away from Singapore pursuing her studies in Australia at T.A.F.E and Curtin University of Technology and working in Malaysia with Central Saint Martins [The London Institute] based at Kolej Bandar Utama, she is well versed in installation, video, performance and 2 dimensional work. She participated in ‚Situation‘ at Museum Of Contemporary Art in Sydney in 2005, a group exhibition involving artist collectives from Berlin, Singapore and Sydney. Fusion Strength [FS], initiated by Juliana, was first presented at Plastique Kinetic Worms (2001) and later presented at Benda Art Space (2003) in Yogjakarta and 24HR Art (2005) in Darwin. FS addresses working methods and networks through collaborative interventions by artists who are passionate about and actively investigate issues surrounding installation and performance art. Juliana is an active member of The Artists Village (since 1990) and Plastique Kinetic (Since 1998) Worms. She was also the Singapore researcher with Asia Art Archive (2004 -2006).In 2008, Juliana and co-curator Heru Hikayat worked with the organisers of Jatiwangi Art Factory in organising ‘JAF’08.