LoopHole: I AM SICK OF YOU
August 3 @ 4:30 pm - August 31 @ 11:00 pm
I AM SICK OF YOU
ESTEFANIA SALAS LLOPIS PROPOSAL – CURATED BY WILSON YEUNG
Insomnia. A lack of sleep affects mood, concentration, memory, etc. Every night when I can not sleep I open my book of dreams and I start writing about…..
ARTIST : ESTEFANIA SALAS LLOPIS
Estefania Salas is an artist. Graduated in Fine Arts by the school of art Sant Carlos, University Polytechnic of Valencia. She holds a Master of artistic production specialized in Art and Technology. Currently she is a PhD (Art) candidate at UPV. She obtained a scholarship for research and innovation as a Visitor Research Fellow by RMIT University. During his training he had the opportunity to exchange programs, as well as scholarships and internship. We can stand out her exchange at “The Academie Royale de Beaux Arts” in Liège, Belgium, where she participated in the Bienal festival of printmaking, and the internship at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Maryland in the United States. here she had the opportunity to grow in so many aspects of art and cultural work.
CURATOR: WILSON YEUNG
Wilson Yeung is an artist, independent curator and researcher. He is currently a PhD (Art) candidate at RMIT University. He holds a Master of Art Curating in the Department of Art History at the University of Sydney and a Bachelor Degree of Arts (Fine Art) with distinction awarded by RMIT University. Wilson has over ten years experience in curating, planning and coordinating arts and cultural projects between Asia and Australia. He is currently researching curatorial collaborative practices and the Asian contemporary art in an Australian context. He held the position as research assistant at the University Art Gallery in Sydney University Museum. His research has contributed to several major projects, which includes researching selected objects from the University Art Collection from East Asia for potential inclusion in the Chau Chak Wing Museum (opening in 2018) and the Floating Time Chinese Prints, 1954- 2002 exhibition (2016).