- Geographic Location: Australia and New Zealand
- Age: 5
Artist and filmmaker Tintin Wulia was born in Bali in 1972, brought up studying music, and trained as an architect and film composer in Indonesia and the United States. Since 2000, her works have been exhibited and collected internationally including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, New York Underground Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, Australia’s SBS Eatcarpet, Istanbul Biennial, Yokohama Triennial, Eindhoven’s Van Abbemuseum, Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Spain’s Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, and London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts. Tintin has worked within various international co-productions, “My 24 Hours” and “The Adventures of Flo and Kat” being the most prominent. In 2006 she released “How the World Began” as a video prologue for “Diaspora” production with Theatreworks Singapore, commissioned for the World Bank Conference in Singapore. At the moment Tintin is recipient of the Australian Postgraduate Award (2007-2008) for her postgraduate research in Fine Art at RMIT University, Australia. She is currently working on “(Re)Collection of Togetherness” whereby she is trying to collect scans of 194 passport covers and many more dead mosquitoes. http://tintinwulia.com
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