Julika Rudelius

Exhibitions

Prospectif Cinema
January 30 2014
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

Ghost In The System - Scenarios For Resistance
September 14-October 5 2013
NCAA, Moscow, USA

Drive-In
August 10 2013
Blum and Poe, Los Angeles, USA

Crane TV: Julika Rudelius
Highlighted June 2013
Crane TV, Online

Doing and Undergoing
May 01-December 15 2013
Columbia University Teachers College, New York, USA

From Holland With Love
March 09-May 19 2013
Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam, NL

Verguenza
May 23-September 8 2013
La Casa Encendida, Madrid, ES

Love Is Colder Than Capital
February 02-April 14 2013
Opening February 01 at 7pm
Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, AT

Art Cologne
April 19-April 22 2013
with Galerie Reinhard Hauff (Stuttgart), Cologne, D

Gatsby Revisited in the Age of the One Percent
March 13-April 19 2013
University of Connecticut Art Gallery, Storrs, CT

Exhibition Overviews

'Rituals of Capitalism' at Leo Koenig, NYC
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Rituals

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Having you near me is magic, I tingle.
It doesn’t matter what’s going on in my life circumstances are irrelevant they’re just circumstances.
You’re what is real, and everything else is just stuff.
I’ll never let you forget who you are.
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One of Us

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Dressage

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The moment there is a flicker of doubt, a flicker of self criticism that becomes
visible to others, the magic falls away. You have to be believable.
You have to have no fear. If you don't believe yourself, that's your own problem.
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Rites of Passage

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Adrift

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Actually it’s all about… being happy.
Getting up in the morning and deciding you’re going to be happy.
You have to work at it. Because we all have little things we have to go through.
Rich or poor.
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Forever

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Where do we migrate to

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It’s inevitable that some people are poor. Someone is always the poorest...
People shouldn’t have to starve to death.
But... recently, I was in a room where I was clearly the poorest.
All the other guys had more than 100 million dollars...
... so I was the poorest. Someone always is.
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Julika:
Anthony:

Julika:
Anthony:
Do you still like modelling?
It was fun, anyway. You meet a lot of people...
But sometimes I discover I’m the only black there.
You’re doing the what? The black bear?
Sometimes I discover I’m the only black.
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Your Blood Is As Red As Mine

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I think clothes come first.
You have to look good.
For yourself, so people can see you look good.
That’s important. Then they respect you more. And you are cooler of course.
You buy things that other people can’t afford.
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Tagged

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Family times

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Looking at the other/desire

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The Highest Point

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Train

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Rituals

Video installation
11:53 min
HD video
2 synchronized hard drives
Chinese and English spoken
2012

While in China, I searched for a common ground between the Western culture I am familiar with and Chinese culture, which I found in the form of actions and gestures derived from the overarching global phenomenon of capitalism exhibited through advertising imagery, reality television and the visual soundtrack of the rich.

The viewer initially encounters young, androgynous men posing seductively amidst traffic. The discrepancy between the poses and the surrounding scenery reveals the artificiality of the gesture itself and the commercialized eroticism therein, simultaneously questioning the role of the young boys. Gradually the camera seduces the young men in the film using the promise of fame. While the boys innocently embrace these global gestures, a magician turns one RMB into a hundred RMB (a tiny fortune) and poor men shower insignificant bills and coins on working class women in a cheap imitation of having power and disposable wealth—a shower of nothingness.



One of Us

Video installation
29:30 min
HD video
2 synchronized hard drives
English spoken
2010

By staging romantic scenes between real-life lovers One of Us conjures the ideal of the happy couple like a hologram through which the artist herself steps. Interrupting the illusion of intimacy by inserting herself in its image. The pairs clearly draw their sense of self from their relationship, practicing a form of "individualism for two". The words exchanged between the lovers echo phrases from pop culture's ubiquitous representations of love and happiness. And yet these are their own genuine feelings, which are unexpectedly distilled by the many interventions of the maker. She watches and touches the lovers in their most tender moments and is met with complete indifference as they remain totally enamored with each other.



Dressage

Video installation
08:59 min
HD video
English spoken
2009

Dressage features wealthy 10-12 year old girls - Upper Eastside Manhattan, 21st Century society ladies of the future - dressed in mini-designer clothes and immaculately groomed. The film begins with the girls picking out chic outfits and chatting amongst themselves, latest model cell phones in hand. A concentrated hush falls over the room as they set about expertly applying their make-up. But the mood shifts as the girls, with an attitude of blasé entitlement, begin systematically and violently tearing apart their surroundings. As their wordless, perhaps mindless destruction continues - during which they never really totally lose their demeanour - it becomes clear that they are in a room within a room, that there is no outside, no real breaking 'free'.



Rites of Passage

Video installation
14:00 min
HD video
2 synchronized hard drives
English spoken
2008

Set in traditional offices and lounges in Washington D.C, the film explores the game of power and dependency, domination and obedience between influential political figures and interns at the beginning of their professional careers in government. The ambivalent relationship between politician and intern, master and pupil, is observed as an almost erotic game where the distinctive sex appeal of power is a natural consequence and ingredient of “charismatic leadership”. Screened as a synchronized double projection, documentary footage is weaved together with staged sequences based on real interviews and observed gestures.



Adrift

Video installation
4:50 min
HD video
2007

The twenty people that I assembled are seated inside an anonymous waiting room, drifting between the waking world of bureaucracy and administration and a childlike state of dreams and vulnerability. The room bobs and sways, knocking the sleepers’ heads from side to side. Amidst the gentle tumult of the room, the unconscious sleepers shift about as they try to remain comfortable despite the unusual movement.


Forever

Video installation
16:40 min
2 synchronized DVDs
English spoken
2006

I cast five American women of a certain age for their beauty. They are posing at upscale private swimming pools and reflect on their ideas of beauty, ways to obtain it and it's relationship with privilege. One never hears the questions which circle around intangible ideas such as what it means to be happy and/ or beautiful. The video is punctuated by the women taking self-portraits with a polaroid camera.


Where do we migrate to

07:10 min
DVD
2005

A collection of sometimes observed, sometimes staged behaviours that I filmed while on a return visit to Germany.
The video was made for the exhibition “Migration” in Cologne, Germany.


Economic primacy

Video installation
17:56 min
2 synchronized DVDs
Dutch with English subtitles
2005

I selected five men for the video:
a lawyer, a spin-doctor, a media advisor,
a millionaire and a top manager.
They are filmed pacing around in a generic office space, that was specially constructed for the video. While they appear talking
to themselves, they are in fact responding to questions I am asking them over
a hands-free phone. In their “monologues” they talk about the importance and omnipotence of money.


Family times

Video projection
6 min
DVD
2004

A montage of found family footage from a public archive in Hungary. Daily scenes in an average family-life on relationships, dependencies, abuse of power and voyeurism.


Your Blood Is As Red As Mine

Video projection
15:56 min
DVD
English subtitles
2004

A series of staged interviews and situations dealing with skin colour and representation of “the other”. At certain moments I took large format photographs from the same viewpoint as the video camera. Some of the photographs are shown along with the video.


Your blood is as red as mine/ Portrait 01
Large format photograph
65 x 80 cm
2004



Tagged

Video installation
13:24 min
3 synchronized DVDs
English subtitles
2003

I invited young men who spend a lot of money on clothes to bring their wardrobes to a generic hotel room, specially constructed for the video. While changing into different outfits they talk about their backgrounds, their addiction to clothes, and about the price they pay.


Looking at the other/desire

Video projection
02:50 min
DVD
2003


Only sight and touch enable us to locate the things around us

Video projection
06:50 min
DVD
2003

The video shows ritual every day movements of a woman who is suffering of an illness that numbed her sense of touch by killing all the outer nerve ends of her body. In order to be able to live independently she had to relearn all movements of her life again only controlling them with her eyes. She is filmed in her house where she also has several turtles, which are in many cultures seen as the symbol for the sense of touch, the fifth sense.


The Highest Point

Video projection
12:40 min
DVD
English subtitles
2002

I placed an ad in the newspaper inviting women to speak openly about their sexuality. Over 30 women responded. Many of the women expressed a desire to create a different image of sexuality than that found in the current media. The women were interviewed in a place that suggests both a private house and a consulting room. They describe their sex lives using dry technical language while demonstrating the positions they would generally use.


Train

Video projection
06:20 min
DVD
English subtitles
2001

I invited a group of young men on the street to be in a video in which they would talk about women and love. During the filming I lead the conversation through questions (not audible in the video), but without a script. The roles they played are close to their own roles in the group, but I asked them to exaggerate certain parts of their opinions on women. The video was shot in a train.


Queue

Synchronized four monitor installation (split-screen)
04:50 min
4 DVD's
English subtitles
2001

Shot outside a nightclub, a surreptitiously placed actor discusses his intimate private life in front of a staged TV crew. The video captures the reactions of the surrounding bystanders to his stories and their interaction with the TV camera.


Plush

3 monitors Installation
03:20 min
3 synchronized DVD's
2001

An identical triplet talk about their own ideas and expectations dominated by clichés while each of them also individually refers to the facts of their life. Filmed in the same three or four settings looking slightly different from one another, the individual identities of the three girls remains intentionally unclear. Furthermore the video implies the complex possibility of one actress who is deliberately placed to represent the conservative politics by engaging in a limited, repeated vocabulary and applying them to three different biographies.


Interview 01

Video projection
04:31 min
DVD
English subtitles
2000

Four actors meeting for the first time haven been given personalities and relationships upon which their dialogues have been built, then the subsequent interview was filmed during which they have been asked to maintain the idea and appearance of their friendship while criticizing the other actors as much as possible towards the camera.


Series Reconstruction
4/c prints, 2000 - 2003


Reconstruction 01
4/c print
110 x 120 cm
2000

In order to question the politics imbedded in the visual clichés of immigrant populations, a series of photographs of subjects posing as immigrants in their 'native costumes' have been created. These immigrants are found in an unexpected and/ or inappropriate settings in relation to their racial and cultural background.


Study for Reconstruction 05

4/c Print
80 x 85 cm
2001


Forms

Video projection
02:40 min
DVD
2000

A gliding camera follows two women in djellaba and headscarf walking between the cars in a parking lot. After a while, one gradually discovers that only the outlines of their faces and dresses seem to suggest their identity, while the individual features of their faces have disappeared


Without title

Video projection
03:40 min
DVD
2000

Shot during a slow moving rush hour traffic, a group of drivers have been subject to a voyeuristic perspective. In one car a man is found having a screaming fit while the woman next to him calmly and blankly keeps staring out of the window.


R+J

01:52 min
DVD
1999

A young couple found in an iconic embrace was asked to remain in the same position for an extended period of time. The only detectable movements in the work are their breathing and the surface of water in the lake behind them.


Series without title '98, '99
Nr. 8 from without title '98


4/c print, Diasec
75 x 75 cm
1998

Solo exhibitions (a selection)

2013

Julika Rudelius
   Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem, NL
Total Access
   Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, D

2012

Rituals of Capitalism
   Leo Koenig Inc., New York City, USA
Julika Rudelius
   Institute of Modern Art @Ksubi, Brisbane, AU
What is on the Outside
   Museum for Arts and Design, New York City, USA

2011

Rites of Passage: A Work of Julika Rudelius
   Borges Liberia, Guangzhou, CN

2010
 
One of Us
   Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, D
One of Us
   Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin D
Julika Rudelius: Soft
   Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, D (cat)
Julika Rudelius: Projections
   Center for the Arts at Wesleyan University, Middletown, USA

2009
 
Study in Obedience
   Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, NL
Ecstatic Truth (two person show)
   Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, USA

2008
 
Rites of Passage
   Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, D
Impakt Event: Julika Rudelius
   Utrecht, NL




 

2007

Forever
   Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art, New York, USA

2006
 
'Geld! Julika Rudelius'
   Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, AU

2005

Julika Rudelius. Vijf videowerken 2001–2005
   Frans Hals Museum/De Hallen, Haarlem, NL (cat)
Ansichten der Ökonomie/Economic Primacy
   Kunstraum Lakeside, curated by Hedwig Saxenhuber,
   Die Springerin, Klagenfurt, AU

2004
 
Julika Rudelius
   Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, D
Plus ou moins jeunes
   Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, F
Feuilleton, deel vijf
   Marres, centrum voor actuele kunst, Maastricht, NL (cat)
BijlmAir: Your Blood is as Red as Mine
   Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam/
   Artotheek Zuidoost, Amsterdam, NL

2003
 
You can’t stay in the 80s wearing cowboy boots
   while the whole world progresses
   Kunsthaus Glarus, CH (cat)

2001
 
Julika Rudelius
   Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, NL
Talkshow
   Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, NL (cat)

Group exhibitions (a selection)

2013
 
Verguenza
   La Casa Encendida, Madrid, ES
Gatsby Revisited in the Age of the One Percent
   University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA
From Holland With Love
   Netherlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam, NL

2012
Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
   Y & C Contemporary Art, Taipei, TW
Catchphrases and the Powers of Language
   Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel, CH
Beyond Imagination
   Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL (cat)
Remote Viewing
   Kulturehuset Museum, Stockholm, SE
Survival Techniques: Narratives of Resistance
   Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, USA
– Schlagwörter und Sprachgewalten'
   Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel, CH
8th Annual Biennial of Photography and Visual Arts.
   Liege Cultural Center, Liege, B
Where Do We Migrate To?
   Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, USA (cat)

2011
 
Role Images - Role Playing
   Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, AT
Hors Pistes Festival
   Centre Pompidou, Paris,FR
She Devil 5
   MACRO Museo d'arte Contemporanea di Roma, Rome, IT
From Interaction to Micro-Sociology
   Art Issue Projects, Beijing, CN
Into the Eye of The Storm
   The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon, IL
Precarious Status
   University Gallery at the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL


2010

The Morality Project Act VI: Remember Humanity
   Witte de With, Rotterdam, NL
Double Infinity: Last Two Decades Revisited
   Van Abbemuseum and Arthub Asia, Shanghai, CN
Saturday Sessions
   PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, NY
HBOX: Traveling Exhibit
   New Museum, New York, USA; Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City, MX,
   Fondation Beyeler, Basel, CH
Inversiones
   Museo de Antioquiq, Medellin, CO
Media City Seoul 2010 Biennial
   Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul KR
California Dreamin
   Portugal Arte 10, Lisbon PT
Das ist die Lebenswelt
   Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, D

2009
 
Looking at Others
   Umjetnicki paviljon, Zagreb, HR
ICP Triennial 2009
   International Center of Photography, New York, USA (cat)
21st Century Exhibition, Incheon Women Artist Biennial
   Incheon, KR (cat)
Heiss Oder Kalt
   Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, D
Heartland
   Smart Museum, Chicago, USA (cat)
Actors and Extras
   Argos Centre for Art and Media, Brussels, BE (cat)
Golden Agers and Silver Surfer
   Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel, CH
Extended
   Museum Für Neue Kunst (ZKM), Karlsruhe, D
Rietveld Arsenale
   Venice Arsenale, Venice, IT
Rebelle
   Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, NL (cat)

 

2008

Heartland
   Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, NL
Hollywould
   10th Biennale Film, Video & New Media Arts Festival, Hollywood, USA
Vertrautes Terrain
   Museum Für Neue Kunst, Karlsruhe, D
The Possibility of an Island
   MOCA North Miami, Miami, USA
Dutch Dare
   Fondazione Studio Marangoni, Florence, I
Bare Market
   Thierry Goldberg Projects, New York, USA
Courtesy Hans Kemmna
   De Hallen Museum, Haarlem, NL

2007
 
Art Summer University
   Tate Modern, London, UK
Global Feminisms
   Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, USA (cat)
MachineRAUM – a biennale for video art and digital culture
   Vejle Art Museum, Vejle, DK
Elegance
   Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, D
Nothing Else Matters
   De Hallen/ Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, NL
Role Model
   Freymond-Guth & Co., Fine Arts/ The John Institute, Zürich, CH
Temporarily Disconnected
   Bard Museum, Annandale-on-Hudson, USA

 

2006

Gwangju Biennale
   Gwangju, KR (cat)
Monitoring
   Kulturbahnhof Kassel, Kassel, D
The youth of today
   Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, D (cat)
World Unlimited
   Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, Arnhem, NL
Momentum 2006
   4th Nordic Festival of Contemporary Art, Moss, NO
30th annual, 6th Biennial exhibition of Visual + Art: Give (a)way
   Limerick, IR (cat)

2005
 
Respect! Formes de cohabitation/Vormen van samenleven
   Musée Dar Si Saïd, Marrakech, M (cat)
A Second Sight
   International Biennale of Contemporary Art 2005’,
   National Gallery, Prague, CZ (cat)
Migration
   Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, D (cat)
Populism (3 locations)
   Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, NL
   Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt a.M., D,
   The Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, LIT
Documentary Strategies
   TENT. Centre for Visual Arts, Rotterdam, NL (cat)
moving on, Handlungen an Grenzen
   Neue Gesellschaft for Bildende Kunst, Berlin, D (cat)

 

2004

Untitled
   Tate Modern, London, UK
Histoire(s) Parallèle(s) création – confrontation France Pays-Bas
   Institut Néerlandais, Paris, F (cat)
Revisie
   Dutch Film Festival, Centraal Museum, Utrecht, NL
Antonietta Peeters, Julika Rudelius en Lily van der Stokker
   Stedelijk Museum, Schiedam, NL
Verworpenen en zondagskinderen: Aanwinsten 2003
   Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, NL
Teenage Kicks. Adolescence as subject
   The Gallery, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, IR (cat)
Wirklich wahr! Realitätsversprechen von Fotografien
   Ruhrlandmuseum, Essen, D (cat)
Das zweite Bild
   dreizehnzwei, Wien, Ö/Galerie Olaf Stüber, Berlin, D (cat)

2003
 
Link
   Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, NL (cat)
Contemporary Dutch Art
   National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, KR (cat)
Strangers, The First ICP Triennial of Photography and Video
   International Center of Photography, New York, USA (cat)
Turbulence
   Centre for Contemporary Art, Kiev, UKR (cat)
Utopie van de
   Stedelijk Museum Aalst, B
Turbulence
   Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, NL
Beyond beauty
   Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, NL



 

2002

Rendez-vous
   Musée d'Art Contemporaine de Lyon, F
There’s no accounting for other peoples relationships
   Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, IR
Sold
   Christie’s, Amsterdam, NL (cat)
Dark Spring
   Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, D (cat)
Non Places
   Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, D (cat)
A’dam & Eve
   De Appel, Amsterdam, NL
The People’s Art
   Witte de With, Rotterdam (cat)

2001
 
You never walk alone
   Stroom, haags centrum voor beeldende kunst, The Hague, NL
Commitment, een keuze uit drie jaar Fonds BKVB
   Las Palmas, Rotterdam, NL (cat)
From Here to Reality – a dutch show
   Index The Swedish Contmporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, S (cat)
A Arte do Povo
   Central Eléctrica do Freixo, Porto, P

2000
 
For Real
   Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL (cat)
Hellenistic
   W139, Amsterdam, NL
Scripted Spaces
   Witte de With, Rotterdam, NL
Man muss ganz schön viel lernen um hier zu funktionieren
   Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt a. M., D

Television broadcasting

2004
 
Julika Rudelius
   documentary RAM, VPRO television
   25 April 2004
Metrópolis
   Televisión Española, viewing of “The highest point” and “Tagged”



Grants/Prizes

2012
 
FvBK Production Grant
   Amsterdam, NL
Far East Far West Grant
   Hong Kong, CH

2010
 
LOOP Award: Julika Rudelius, Dressage
   Screen Projects, Barcelona, ES
Hermès International Production Grant
   HBOX, Paris, F

2009
 
Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant
   New York, USA
New York City Production Grant
   New York, USA

2008
 
Amsterdam Prijs
   Amsterdam, NL
New York State Council on the Arts Grant
   New York, USA
SKOR Film Commission
   Corveshof/Hermitage, Amsterdam, NL

2004
 
Nederlands Film Festival
   special mention Dutch film critics for “Tagged”, Utrecht, NL

1999
 
Robert Bosch Stiftung
   Stuttgart, D

2000
 
KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines)
   Amsterdam, NL



Residencies

2008/09
 
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Residency
   New York, USA

2006
 
International Studio & Curatorial Program
   New York, USA

2003
 
BijlmAir Residency from Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam
   Artotheek Zuidoost, NL

1999–2001
 
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten
   Amsterdam, NL

Publications



Soft Intrusion

164 pages, 21 x 28,5 mm
Text in English and German
Design: Mevis & Van Deursen
ISBN 978-1-933128-97-9
Sternberg Press, 2010




Looking at the other, Five Video Works

104 pages, 21,6 x 27,9 mm
Text in English
Essay by: Sven Lütticken
Design: Thomas Buxó
ISBN 90-78088-05-2
Valiz, 2006

Exhibition catalogues (a selection)

2013
 
Love is Colder than Capital
   Bregenz: Kunsthaus Bregenz

2012
 
Beyond Imagination
   Amsterdam: Stedelik Museum

2011
 
From Interaction to Micro-Sociology
   Beijing: Art Issue Projects, Art Lab
Where Do We Migrate To?
   New Orleans: The Center for Design and Visual Culture

2010

Media City Seoul
   Seoul: Museum of Art, p.198
Julika Rudelius: Soft Intrusion
   Kraichtal: Ursula Blickle Stiftung (monograph)
Toegepaste Werkelijkheid: Applied Reality
   Heden, p. 7
Global Contemporary Artists for Artsist
   Sotheby's, p.18

2009
 
Dress Codes: The Third ICP Triennial of Photography and Video
   New York: Steidl, p. 152-155
Extended
   Karlsruhe: Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe, p.232-241
Das Bielefelder Gefuhl
   Bielefeld Autoren, p. 72-75
Rietveld Arsenale
   Gerrit Rietveld Academie
Looking at Others
   Radovan Vukovic, Umjetnički paviljon, p. 54-57

2008
 
The Possibility of an Island
   Miami: Museum of Contemporary Art, p.46-47, 76
Terrain
   Karlsruhe: Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe, p.61

2007
 
Global Feminisms
   London, New York: Merrell Publishers, Brooklyn Museum, p.240,283
Machine-RAUM, a Biennale for Video Art and Digital Culture
   Vejle: Vejle Museum of Art, p.52-53,63
Eerste hulp bij videokunst
   Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, p.125-128







2006
 
Momentum 2006: 4th Nordic Festival of Contemporary Art
   Moss: Momentum p.38
Gwangju Biennale 2006
   Seoul: Designhouse Co. Ltd,
   volume I: pp 258/259, volume II: pp 148/149
EV+A, 2006 - give (a) way
   Oysterhaven, Kinsale: Gandon Editions, pp. 18/19, 192-195
The Youth of Today
   Köln: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walter König, pp. 48, 199

2005
 
Respect! Formes de cohabitation/Vormen van samenleven
   Amsterdam: Mondriaan Foundation
International Biennale of Contemporary Art
   Prague: National Gallery, pp. 572-573
Projekt Migration
   Cologne: Kölner Kunstverein, pp. 196-197
The Populism Catalogue
   Berlin/New York: Lukas & Sternberg
Documentary now!
   Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, p. 30

2004
 
Histoire(s) Parallèle(s) création – confrontation France Pays-Bas
   Erik Kessels, Gabriel Bauret, Paris: Filigranes Éditions
Teenage Kicks, adolescence as subject
   Dublin: Royal Hibernian Academy
Wirklich wahr! Realitätsversprechen von Fotografien
   Sigrid Schneider, Stefanie Grebe (eds), Ostfildern (Ruit): Hatje Cantz
Das zweite Bild
   text by Melanie Ohnemus, Wien: dreizehnzwei

2003
 
You can’t stay in the 80s wearing cowboy boots
   while the whole world progresses
   interview by Jan van Adrichem, Glarus: Kunsthaus Glarus
We Show Art, 10 Years Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam
   Amsterdam: Artimo, pp. 497-508
Link
   Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam/Rotterdam:
   NAi Publishers
XL Photography 2, Art Collection Deutsche Börse
   Ostfildern (Ruit): Hatje Cantz, p. 62-63
In or Out, Contemporary Dutch Art
   Amsterdam: Canvas Foundation/Seoul: Yellow Sea Cultural Network
   p. 170-185
Strangers, The First ICP Triennial of Photography and Video
   Edward Earle et al (eds), New York: International Center of
   Photography/Göttingen: Steidel, p. 92-95
Turbulence
   Arnhem: Museum voor Moderne Kunst
Prix de Rome 2003, Art and Public Space
   Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, p. 52-53
Child in Time. Visies van hedendaagse kunstenaars
   op jeugd en adolescentie
   Frank Hoenjet, Linda Modderkolk,
   Helmond: Gemeentemuseum Helmond, p. 33


 

2002
 
There’s No Accounting for Other People’s Relationships
   text by Suzanna Chan, Belfast: Ormeau Baths Gallery (leaflet)
Regionalisten
   Siebren de Haan, “Cosmo Pubers”, Nijmegen:
   Paraplufabriek/Amsterdam: VRIZA, p. 28-31
Commitment, een keuze uit drie jaar Fonds BKVB
   Lex ter Braak, Edwin Jansen, Amsterdam:
   Fonds voor beeldende kunsten vormgeving en bouwkunst
Nabeelden. Album van niet gemaakte foto’s
   Amsterdam: De Balie, p.78-81
Dark Spring
   Kraichtal: Ursula Blickle Stiftung
Non places
   New York: Lukas & Sternberg, p. 46-47

2001
 
From Here to Reality
   Stockholm: Index The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation
The People’s Art/A Arte do Povo
   Rotterdam: Witte de With/Porto: Central Eléctrica do Freixo, p. 51
This is for real
   Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam/NAi Publishers
   Rotterdam, p. 67-69
Nieuwsbrief Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam no.64
   Charles Escher, “Talkshow”


Articles (a selection)

2013
 
– “Trendbeheer”
    Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem
    January 21, 2013

2012

– “Art In America”
    JULIKA RUDELIUS
    David Markus
    November 10, 2012
– “Metropolis M”
    Julika Rudelius Over Rituals
    Niels van Maanen
    October, 2012
– “ARTINFO”
    17 Questions for Julika Rudelius
    Allison Meier
    August 28, 2012
– “Pastelgram”
    Julika Rudelius: Rituals of Capitalism
    Yaelle Amir
    Issue #2 August 2012
– “The New Yorker”
    Goings on About Town: Art: Julika Rudelius
    August 27, 2012 p. 12
– “ART FORUM”
    Critics Picks: Julika Rudelius
    Amanda Parmer
    August 24, 2012
– “Art Fag City”
    Sexy Boys and a Scandal at Leo Koenig
    Corinna Kirsch
    August 24, 2012
– “Time Out New York”
    Julika Rudelius: Rituals of Capitalism
    Michael Wilson
    Issue #872 August 22, 2012 p.36
– “The New York Times”
    Julika Rudelius: Rituals of Capitalism
    Karen Rosenberg
    August 9, 2012
– “ARTINFO”
    One-Line Reviews: Our Staff's Pithy Takes on Shows
    Shane Ferro
    July 20, 2012
– “Gallerist NY”
    8 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before July 15
    Michael Miller
    July 9, 2012
– “KunstTexte.de”
    Unter mehr als vier Augen. Zum Gluck: Eine Gesprachsanordnung
    Antonia Rahofer
    March 2012

 




2010
 
– “Art Papers”
    Dependency, Power, and Intimacy, or, The Realm of Universal Prejudice:
    Julika Rudelius
    Neils Van Tomme
    January/February 2010 p. 27-31
– “Springerin”
    Julika Rudelius: Soft Intrusion
    Grislind Nabakowski
    February 2010 p. 63
– “Badische Neueste Nachrichten”
    Jeder Sein Eigenes Gefagnis
    Michael Hubl
    August 4, 2010
– “Stuttgarter Nachrichten”
    Rebellion Gegen Eine Verlorene Kindheit
    Von Marko Schacher
    September 4, 2010

2009
 
– “Art Slant”
    Reassessing Middle Coast Art
    Dan Gunn
    October 27, 2009
– “Het PAROOL”
    Ingestudeerde Taal Van De Macht
    Kees Keijer
    June 23, 2009

2008
 
– “Fluent~Collaborative”
    Interview: Christopher Eamon
    Claire Ruud
    Issue #93 February 2008
– “TOKION”
    Body Map
    Aimee Walleston
    Spring 2008 p. 64-71
– “De Groene Amsterdammer”
    Kunst is rijst met groente
    Angela Van Der Elst
    August 2008 p.26-29
– “Miami Herald”
    Island' forecasts a bleak future
    Fabiola Santiago
    January 11,2009
– “Het PAROOL”
    Culturele voorhoedeaan zet
    Mark Moorman,
    August 29th, 2008 p.16-17
– “Art Paper Nagoya City Art Museum”
    My Life is Beautiful?!
    Hinako Kasagi
    Nr.74 2008 p.1




 

2007
 
– “New York Times”
    They are artists who are women; Hear them roar
    Roberta Smith
    23.03.2007, p 35
– “Artforum.com”
    Julika Rudelius
    Miguel Amado,
    Critic's pick New York, July 2007
– “Vanity Fair”
    Das Beste der Welt
    Adriano Sack
    Nr.12 March 2007 p.186
– “Time Out New York”
    Julika Rudelius
    Lauren Cornell
    Issue 614 July 2007 p.77
– “The New Yorker”
    Women's Work
    Peter Schjeldahl
    April 2007 p.73-74
– “Village Voice”
    Breast Intentions
    Leslie Camhi
    April 11-17, 2007 p.52
– “hART Magazine”
    Forever
    Niels Van Tomme
   June 21, 2007 p.15

2006
 
– “Artforum”
    People's Party
    Sven Lütticken
    January 2006 p61-62
– “Frieze” nr. 96
    Emerging Artists
    January/February 2006 p. 123

2005
 
– “Art Review”
    Future greats 2005
    December 2005 p. 78
– “De Witte Raaf 116”
    Postpolitiek, pop en populisme
    Sven Lütticken
    July/August 2005 p. 30-31
– “Denieuwe” Jaargang 8 Nr. 7
    Vol van plaatsvervangende schaamte
    Saskia Monshouwer
    p. 21-22
– “Tages Anzeiger”
    Im Kaffeefleck die Welt sehen
    23.09.2005 p. 63
– “Neue Züricher Zeitung”
    Eine andere Sicht
    5.11.2005 p. 48


 

2004
 
– “Het Parool (PS van de week)”
    Schildenpadden en speldenprikjes
    Kees Keijer,
    25 October 2004
– “Kunstbeeld”
    De ambivalentie van goede bedoelingen
    Saskia Monshouwer
    10 October 2004 p. 22-23
– “Vrij Nederland”
    Ik kijk door de ogen van een witte trut
    Barbara van Erp
    1 May 2004
– “Flash Art”
    Julika Rudelius
    Douglas Heingartner
    January 2004

2003
 
– “De Groene Amsterdammer”
    En ik dan
    Maria Barnas
    2 August 2003, p. 34-36
– “Skrien”
    Ik ga er niet bij lopen als een crimineeltje
    Jacquine van Elsberg
    November 2003 p. 55

2002
 
– “Frankfurter Rundschau Magazin”
    Focus auf Julika Rudelius
    Vanessa Joan Müller
    13 April 2002

2001
 
– “BLVD”
    De raadselachtige video’s van Julika Rudelius
    Sjoukje Posthuma
    December 2001
– “NRC Handelsblad (CS)”
    Tussen echt en nep, gedragsexperimenten van Julika Rudelius
    Maartje Somers
    14 December 2001
 

 

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