Eugenia Lim

Podcast

Uncommon Knowledge: Eugenia Lim

How does architecture shape identity? How do artists, architects, power-brokers, nation-states, immigrants and insurgents make and mark territory? In this lecture, artist Eugenia Lim explores the space between the personal and the geopolitical, selfhood and sovereignty. Lim draws from her research...
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Uncommon Knowledge: Eugenia Lim: The Australian Ugliness

How does architecture shape identity? How do artists, architects, power-brokers, nation-states, immigrants and insurgents make and mark territory? Join artist Eugenia Lim as she explores the space between the personal and the geopolitical, selfhood and sovereignty. In this lecture, Lim will draw...
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Artist Talks: Education Space with Ross Coulter, Eugenia Lim and James Nguyen

Artist Talks: Education Space with Ross Coulter, Eugenia Lim and James...
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On the hour: Unfinished Business

Takách, Eugenia Lim. SCHEDULE 2:00pm Floor talk by Elizabeth Gower, Kate Just and performance by Archie Barry (Hypnic 2017 and Phrenic 2018). 3:00pm Rolling floor talks by Sophie Takách, Ruth O'Leary and Eugenia Lim. 4:00pm Performance of My Dear God I Body Giddy Beard Ergo Doom and floor talk by Archie Barry.
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STEM in Public Art
Key Idea 1: Relationships

...greater depth of thinking and learning. The relationships dimension is the backbone of all the other dimensions. The relationships dimension is a key theme in the artworks of Maree Clarke, Deborah Halpern and Eugenia Lim. These artists explore cultural connection, knowledge, history...
Podcast

Artist Talks: Education Space with Ross Coulter, Eugenia Lim and James Nguyen

Listen to ACCA’s Artist Educator and Curator of the Education Space Andrew Atchison with artists Ross Coulter, Eugenia Lim and James Nguyen for a discussion about art and working in public space. This program is associated with the Education Space: Creating Art in Public, a hybrid studio...
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Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY

Listen to a panel discussion on Melbourne-based collective APHIDS’ new moving-image work 'DESTINY' with artist Eugenia Lim, and worker-performers Cher Tan and Wasay, moderated by Amelia Wallin. 'DESTINY' 2021 is a moving-image work made in collaboration with on-demand or ‘gig economy’ workers – rideshare drivers, food delivery riders and cleaners – exploring personal and global experiences of the platform economy.
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Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY

...nbsp;DESTINY with artist Eugenia Lim, and worker-performers Cher Tan and Wasay, moderated by Amelia Wallin. DESTINY 2021 is a moving-image work made in collaboration with on-demand or ‘gig economy’ workers – rideshare drivers, food delivery riders and cleaners – exploring...
Exhibition

Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

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Who’s Afraid of Public Space? is a multifaceted project of exhibitions and programs exploring the role of public culture, the contested nature of public space, and the character and composition of public life. The exhibition continues ACCA’s Big Picture series, which explores contemporary art’s relation to wider social, cultural […]

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Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism

Continuing ACCA’s ongoing series of Big Picture exhibitions focussing on contemporary art’s relation to wider social, cultural and political contexts, Unfinished Business is a major exhibition conceived to animate critical, albeit under-represented, practices and debates within contemporary Australian art and society.
Surveying the diverse scope of feminist art practices – including painting, performance, photography and film to community […]

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APHIDS: DESTINY

Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY APHIDS is a long-standing experimental arts organisation, currently led by artists and co-directors Eugenia Lim, Lara Thoms and Mish Grigor...
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Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Fellow, School of Art, RMIT University; E. Flynn, writer, arts worker, community organiser, and PhD Candidate at Queensland University of Technology; Eugenia Lim, artist, editor and Artistic Director of APHIDS; Dr Grace McQuilten, Lecturer in Art History and Theory, and Leader of the Contemporary...
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Screening: APHIDS DESTINY

Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY APHIDS is a long-standing experimental arts organisation, currently led by artists and co-directors Eugenia Lim, Lara Thoms...
Press Release

Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Pahnis, Ross Coulter, Sophie Cunningham, Keg de Souza, Field Theory, Eleanor Jackson, Aarti Jadu, Natalie Jurrjens, Laresa Kosloff, Rhys Lee, Eugenia Lim, James MacSporren, Grace McQuilten and Amy Spiers with The Social Studio / Outer Urban Projects / Youthworx, John Meade, Clement Meadmore, Eden...
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Project Space: The Hoarding

Kaisila, Laresa Kosloff, Eugenia Lim, Kent Morris, Callum Morton, Georgia Nowak, Kerrie Poliness, Steven Rhall, Roberta Joy Rich, Joseph Samarani, Morwenna Schenck, Damian Seddon, The Social Studio, Hoang Tran Nguyen, Christos Tsiolkas, David Wadelton, Gene Bawden and Monash University, XYX Lab...
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Education Space: Creating Art in Public

...public artists. Artists: Atong Atem, Ross Coulter,  Sonia Leber and David Chesworth, Eugenia Lim, John Meade, Clement...
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Australian Centre for Contemporary Art – 2021 Exhibition Program

Badham, Eugenia Flynn, Eugenia Lim, Grace McQuilten, Timothy Moore, Nikos Papastergiadis, Nur Schkembi and Jarra Karalinar Steel. For further information about ACCA's exhibitions, education and public programs, additional off-site and special projects go...
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STEM in Public Art: A Focus on Women

Screen works (ENOUGH/NOW/EVEN/MORE/SO) (2021); Keg de Souza, Nganga toornung-nge dharraga Bunjil [Looking down from the wings of Bunjil] (2021–22); Eugenia Lim, Yellow Peril (2021). The practice of each featured artist is associated with a key STEM dimension and elaborated...
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Announcing ACCA’s Summer Season – Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

...of Technology Eugenia Lim, Artist, editor and Artistic Director of Aphids Dr Grace McQuilten, Lecturer in Art History and Theory, and Leader of the Contemporary Art and Social Transformation Research Group...
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Artist Collectives and Communities of Practice

Eugenia Lim and Clare Rae both belong to a feminist artist collective called Art/Mums. This loosely formed collective of artists endeavour to reconcile the sometimes competing responsibilities of motherhood with a desire to maintain...
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Podcasts and Videos

Space with Ross Coulter, Eugenia Lim and James Nguyen...