Selected Solo Shows

2019

  • CATARACT, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia2019 CATARACT, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
  • Electric Light (facts/figures/anna schwartz gallery upstairs), Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2017

  • Electric Light (facts/figures), Bus Projects, Melbourne, Australia
  • Luminous Figures, Starkwhite Gallery, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Daniel von Sturmer, Ten Cubed Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2016

  • Electric Light, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2014

  • Focus & Field and Camera Ready Actions, Young Projects Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A
  • These Constructs, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2013

  • After Images, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia
  • Daniel von Sturmer, as part of Ground Control series, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio, USA
  • Daniel von Sturmer, 10 Cubed, Melbourne, Australia

2012

  • Small World, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2010

  • The Cinema Complex, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney, Australia
  • Video Works 2008-2009, Karsten Schubert Gallery, London, UK

2009

  • Set Piece, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK
  • Painted Video, Anna Schwartz Gallery at Auckland Art Fair, Aotearoa New Zealand

2008

  • Tableaux Plastique, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

2007

  • The Object of Things, Australian Pavilion, 52nd Venice Biennale, Italy

2006

  • The Field Equation, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
  • Limits of the Model, Anna Schwartz Gallery at The Depot Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2005

  • Into a Vacuum of Future Events, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
  • Screen Test, as part of Experimenta Vanishing Point, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne

2004

  • Screen Test, Dunedin Public Gallery, Dunedin, Aotearoa New Zealand

 

 

Selected Group Shows/Screenings

2018

  • Spacemakers and Roomshakers, curated by Justin Paton and Lisa Catt, Art Gallery of New South Wales, AustraliaSpacemakers and Roomshakers, curated by Justin Paton and Lisa Catt, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
  • Equal Area, Lee Kun-Yong, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Curated by Micheal Do & Mikala Tai, Sydney, Australia

2017

  • Under the Sun curated by Claire Monneraye, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, and State Library of New South Wales, Australia
  • Red, Green, Blue: Australian Video Art, curated by Matthew Perkins, Griffith University Gallery, Australia
  • From the Darkness, curated by Alison Eggleton, Horsham Regional Gallery, Victoria, Australia
  • Redlands Prize curated by Callum Morton, National Art School, N.S.W, Australia
  • Prime Movers, curated by Boe-lin Sebastian, Incinerator Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
  • The Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia

2016

  • Shut up and Paint, curated by Jane Devery, National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
  • 7 Artists from the Kaldor Collection, Curated by Nicholas Chambers, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
  • Material Candour, Starkwhite, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Everyday Things curated by Mark Williams, Ashburton Art Gallery, Aotearoa New Zealand

2015

  • 7 Artists from the Kaldor Collection, Curated by Nicholas Chambers, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
  • The Brain, Curated by Christina Read, Te Uru Gallery, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Hiding in Plain Sight, Curated by Samantha Comte and Mark Freary, Bendigo Art Gallery, Australia
  • 7 Artists from the Kaldor Collection, Curated by Nicholas Chambers, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
  • An Imprecise Science, Curated by Alexi Glass-Kantor and Talia Linz, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
  • 21st Century Heide: The Collection Since 2000, Curated by Linda Michael, Heide Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
  • The Kaleidoscopic Turn, Curated by Jane Devery and Serena Bentley, National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
  • Everyday Things curated by Mark Williams, Tauranga Art Gallery, Aotearoa New Zealand

2014

  • OgoGago, screening curated by Seung Yul, City Gallery, Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Optical Mix, curated by Juliana Engberg,  Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia

2013

  • Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
  • Ikono On Air Festival, Ikono TV, Berlin
  • Make_Shift(s), Curated by Petra Bungert, Columna 02, La Biennale de Lyon, France
  • The Wandering: Moving images from the MCA Collection, curated by Isabel Hesketh, Ararat Regional Art Gallery,
  • Shape-Shifters, curated by Lauren Gutsell, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Aotearoa New Zealand

 

2012

  • Don’t Hold Your Breath, Curated by Rob Garret, AVIA Angelholm Video Art Festival, Sweden
  • Still, Curated by Jennifer Gillam and Eugene Hansen, NZ Film Archive, Wellington
  • Less is More: Minimal and Post Minimal Art in Australia, curated by Sue Cramer, Heide Museum of Art
  • Contact, curated by Aaron Kriesler, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
  • Time and Vision, curated by Paul Bayley, London
  • Negotiating this World, curated by Jane Devery, NGV
  • Bowness Prize for Photography, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne
  • Five decades of abstraction, Geelong Gallery , Victoria

2011

  • Old Genes, Govett Brewster Museum, New Plymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • The Savage Transparence, curated by Paul Young, Young Projects Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A
  • Close Your Eyes and Tell Me What You See, curated by Johan Sjostrom, Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden
  • South by Southeast, curated by Mark Freary, Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions, Japan

2010

  • Gestures & Procedures, curated by Juliana Engberg, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Australia
  • Ilusionisimo, curated Jorge Bravo, Mediateca Caixaforum, Barcelona, Spain
  • Art 1,  ACCA touring exhibition,  curated by Hannah Matthews,  Australia
  • Move: The Exhibition, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

2009

  • Rising Tide: Film and Video Works, MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, U.S.A
  • Twinset, curated by Justin Paton, Christchurch Art Gallery, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Perth International Arts Festival, curated by Margaret Moore, Perth, Australia
  • Ilusionisimo, curated Jorge Bravo, Fundaciao La Caixa, Madrid, Spain

2008

  • Repetitions, curated by Sean Kelly and Paul Zika, Plimsoll Gallery, Centre for the Arts, UTAS, Tasmania
  • A Selection of Recent Acquisitions, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne
  • Artissima, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Turin, Italy
  • Aspects of a Collection, Geelong Art Gallery, Australia

2007

  • The Secret Life of Paint, curated by Justin Paton, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Out of Space: La photographie et l’imaginaire sculptural, Dazibao, Montreal, Canada
  • DenHaag Sculptuur 2007: De Overkant/Down Under, curator Marie Jeanne de Rooij, Den Haag, Netherlands
  • Loop: New Australian Video Art, curated by Daniel McOwan, Hamilton Art Gallery, Victoria

2006

  • Anne Landa Award, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
  • 21st Century Modern, curated by Linda Michael Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Australia
  • Decade 1996-2006, Bendigo Regional Art Gallery, Victoria, Australia
  • Recent Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
  • Painted Objects, curated by Petra Bungert, Centre for Non Objective Art, Brussels, Belgium
  • Projekt Video Art Archive, curated by Brendan Lee, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Australia

2005

  • Digital Discourse, curated by Vince Briffa, St. James Centre for Creativity, Valletta, Malta
  •  Press Pause: Recent Australian Video Installations, curated by Julie Ewington, Queensland Art Gallery, Australia
  • Shadowplay, curated by Justin Paton, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
  • Various Presence, curated by Peter Westwood, Shanghai International Science and Art Exposition, China,

2004

  • A Molecular History of Everything, curated by Juliana Engberg, A.C.C.A, Melbourne, Australia
  • The Walters Prize, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
  • On Reason and Emotion, Biennale of Sydney, curated by Isabel Carlos, Sydney, Australia
  • Mix-ed, curated by Simeon Kronenberg, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia
  • 2004, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia
  • Projekt, curated by Brendan Lee, The Physics Room, Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand

2003

  • Face Up, Curated by Britta Schmitz, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
  • One Night Stand, curated by Emil Goh, Pops DVD Bang, Seoul, Korea
  • Reisefreiheit: Neue Kunst in Hamburg, Curated by Rita Kersting, KunstHaus, Hamburg, Germany
  • De Een Minuten Nu, Montevideo, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • The Way Things Are, curated by Blair French & Patrick Pound, Grant Pirrie Gallery, Sydney, Australia
  • New 03, curated by Juliana Engberg, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
  • 25hrs Video Screening, curated by Manuel Saiz/ Video Art Foundation, Poliesportiu El Raval, Barcelona, Spain
  • Real –Avecom Festival, curated by Tom Vullings, Arnhem, Netherlands
  • De Een Minuten, Skor Inkijk, Amsterdam, Netherlands,
  • Something Something Video Something, curated by Jarrod Rawlins, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
  • Screen Life, curated by Max Delany and Stuart Koop, Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Projekt #5, Curated by Brendan Lee, Kings Artists Initiative, Melbourne, Australia

 

 

Awards/ Grants/ Residencies

2017

  • Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture

2015

  • Australia Council New Work Grant
  • Australian Research Council Discovery Grant (group)

2014

  • Arts Victoria Creation Grant

2010

  • Australia Council Fellowship

2009

  • Arts Victoria, Creation Grant
  • Arts Victoria, International Grant

2006

  • Helen MacPherson Smith Commission, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

2004

  • Visiting Artist Dunedin Public Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Australia Council Studio, London, United Kingdom
  • Arts Victoria Grant, International Program

2001

  • Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship
  • Tower Studio Residency, 200 Gertrude Street/Queens College, Melbourne

 

 

Collections

  • Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden
  • National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
  • Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
  • Bendigo Art Gallery, Australia
  • Art Gallery of South Australia
  • Queensland Art Gallery, Australia
  • Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Australia
  • Auckland Art Gallery (Chartwell Collection), Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Monash Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia
  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia
  • The Corbett and Yueji Lyon Collection, Australia
  • Ten Cubed Collection, Australia
  • The Michael Buxton Contemporary Australian Art Collection, Melbourne, Australia
  • Justin Art House Museum, Melbourne, Australia
  • Private collections in Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, USA, Japan

 

Selected Publications/ Catalogues/ Reviews

2018

  • Briony Downes, Award Winners, Art Collector, pp 142-143

2017

  • John Hurrell, von Sturmer Installation, EyeContact (read online)

2016

  • TJ McNamara, Starkwhite Gallery, New Zealand Herald, Weekend Magazine, 16 July

2015

  • Tara McDowell in Daniel von Sturmer: Focus & Field, Black Inc,

2014

  • Sharon Mizota, Daniel von Sturmer’s video art: A delightful play on perception, Los Angeles Times, June 27 (read online)
  • Jonathan Griffin, Daniel von Sturmer Focus & Field, in ArtReview, October, p146 (read online)
  • George Melrod, Daniel von Sturmer: Focus & Field at Young Projects, Art LTD magazine (read online)
  • Dan Rule, Daniel von Sturmer: These Constructs, The Age, December 5 (read online)

2013

  • Dan Rule, Your Weekend: In the Galleries, The Age, June 1
  • Jennifer A. McMahon, Art and Ethics in a Material World: Kant’s Pragmatist Legacy, Routledge, NY, 2013, (pp33-41)

2012

  • Elizabeth Pedler, Daniel von Sturmer, Artforum Critic’s picks, (read online)
  • Jennifer A. McMahon,  The Aesthetics of Perception: Form as a Sign of Intention, Essays in Philosophy: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 2.
  • Cameron Buckner, Ordering Our Attributions-of-Order: Commentary on McMahon, Essays in Philosophy: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 3.
  • Sue Cramer, Less is More catalogue, Heide Museum of Art,
  • Sue Cramer, Going Minimal, The Melbourne Review, September, p38
  • John Hurrell, Artists Responding to Lye, (read online)
  • Daniel von Sturmer, (image), Excerpt Magazine, Issue 2, (read online)
  • Dan Rule,  Your Weekend: In the Galleries, The Age, September 29

2011

  • Johan Sjostrom (ed), Close Your Eyes and Tell Me What You See, Exhibition Catalogue, Gothenburg Museum of Art,

2010

  • Michael Wilson, Daniel von Sturmer, Artforum, November, pp273-274
  • Lee Triming, Daniel von Sturmer, Art in America, November, pp189-190,
  • Charlotte Day, Set Piece exhibition catalogue
  • Andy Thomson & Tanya Eccleston, Set Piece exhibition catalogue

2009

  • Robert Clark, Daniel von Sturmer: Set Piece, The Guardian Guide, September 5, p38
  • Alasdair Hiscock, Daniel von Sturmer: Set Piece, Article Magazine, September
  • Ian Soutar, A Fresh Perspective, The Sheffield Telegraph, 24 September
  • Charlotte A. Morgan, Daniel von Sturmer, A-N Magazine, Nov-Dec, pg 10
  • Charlotte Day, Painted Video, Catalogue text, Anna Schwartz Gallery
  • Art& Australia (eds)., Current, Contemporary Art from Australia & New Zealand, Sydney
  • William Yeoman, Simple Ideas Poured Down the Building, The West Australian, February 18, p6
  • The Guardian (eds) *Pick of the Week, The Guardian Guide, 12-18 Sept, 19-25 Sept,
  • Rebecca Broadley, Review: Daniel von Sturmer at Site Gallery, www.forgetoday.com

2008

  • Natalie King, Daniel von Sturmer: Tableaux Plastique, in ‘Art &Asia Pacific’, No. 59, p154
  • Daniel Palmer, Daniel von Sturmer in ‘Art World’ Issue 2, pp 38 -43
  • Sue Gardiner, Frame by Frame, in ‘Art News New Zealand’ p 92

2007

  • Aurélien Mole, Daniel von Sturmer, Art 21 #14,
  • Susan Edelstein, Architectural Fragments, Sculptural Illusions, in ‘Prefix Photo’ Issue 15, Vol 8, No.1, pp 32-44
  • Daniel Palmer, The Object of Things, in ‘Broadsheet’ No. 36, pp 79-81
  • Sebastian Smee, Visions of Life and Death in Venice, in ‘The Australian, June 09
  • Justin Paton, Away From Their Names in ‘AU3’, Venice Biennale catalogue, pp62-74
  • Juliana Engberg, in ‘Susan Norrie, Daniel von Sturmer, Callum Morton’, Venice Biennale catalogue, pp9-11
  • Daniel von Sturmer, 3 Artists 3 Sites, in ‘Art & Australia’, Vol 44, #4, p493
  • Ray Edgar, Scale Models: Daniel von Sturmer, Callum Morton, Susan Norrie, Venice Biennale, in ‘Monument’, #80, pp34-36
  • Amy Marjoram, Flattened Sculptures: The Photomediations of Daniel von Sturmer, in ‘Eyeline’, #63, pp52-53
  • David Eggleton, Paint Misbehaving, in ‘The New Zealand Listener’, July 28, pp48-49
  • Edward Colless, Daniel von Sturmer 50 Most Collectable Artists, in ‘Australian Art Collector’, #39, pp154-159

2006

  • Harbant Gill, Art of Uncertainty, Herald Sun, September 20, Entertainment, p58
  • Robert Nelson, Now you see it: now you see something else, The Age, September 13, Metro p18
  • Sebastian Smee, Dot Complimentary, The Weekend Australian, September 9, Review p18-19
  • David Hansen, Rare blend of meaning and humour, The Age, September 1, Sightlines, p19
  • Megan Backhouse, Video defines the studio star, The Age, August 15, Metro p16
  • Linda Michael, 21st Century Modern in ’21st Century Modern’, Catalogue, Art Gallery of South Australia, pp8-15
  • Daniel Palmer, Daniel von Sturmer, in ’21st Century Modern’, Catalogue, Art Gallery of South Australia, p66
  • Christoph Dahlhausen, Kein Amerikaner in Paris, aber ein Rheinländer in Melbourne – Fotoszene Australien, Eikon 53, p 37 -42
  • Andrew Frost, Daniel von Sturmer 50 Most Collectable Artists, in ‘Australian Art Collector’, #35, p132

2005

  • Peter Westwood, Various Presence: Human Space in New Technology, RMIT University, p10
  • Melanie Houston, The Ones to Watch, in ‘The Age (Melbourne) Magazine’, Issue 15, p35
  • Daniel Palmer, Spaces, inPhotogenic’, CCP, Melbourne, pp82-84,
  • Emma McRae (Ed.), Experimenta Vanishing Point, Experimenta Media Arts Inc., Melbourne, p.33
  • Megan Backhouse, Around the galleries: Listen, watch, The Age, Review, 17 September, Art 7
  • Peter Hill, A Cultural Evolution up North, in ‘The Age’, Review, September 10
  • Russel Storer, Video in the expanded Field, in ‘Art & Australia’, Vol. 42, No. 4, pp588 -595
  • Justin Paton, Clearings Clearings: Some Times and Spaces by Daniel von Sturmer,  Into a Vacuum of Future Events, pp5-18
  • Andy Thomson, You, You, You,  in ‘Into a Vacuum of Future Events’, p15-16,

2004

  • Lilly Wei, Report From Sydney, in ‘Art in America’, No. 11, December, pp59 -65
  • Juliana Engberg, A Molecular History of Everything, exhibition catalogue, A.C.C.A.,  Melbourne, pp.50-51
  • Jaqueline Milner, Big Picture, in ‘Broadsheet’ No. 33, page 51
  • Gilbert Wong, The Art of Provocation, in ‘The Age’ Review section, 30 October, p.7
  • Charles Green (ed.), 2004: Australian Culture Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
  • Tessa Laird, Paul Holmes is Now in Media-loop Hell, in ‘The New Zealand Listener’ Vol 196, No. 3366
  • Isabel Carlos On Reason and Emotion, 14th Biennale of Sydney Catalogue 2004
  • Peter Hill, Pleasure and Pain, Sydney Morning Herald, June 26, Spectrum pp 8-9
  • Jaqueline Millner, Bad feelings, Sporadic Beauties,  RealTime & OnScreen, No.62
  • Rachel kent, Video: Medium of the Moment,  RealTime & OnScreen. No.62
  • Sue Gardiner, Slow Down / Breathe Quietly / Look (and keep looking), NZ Art Monthly, July Issue
  • Sue Gardiner, The Walters Prize 2004 – Making Choices,  NZ Art Monthly, June Issue
  • Michael Desmond, On reason and Emotion: Biennale of Sydney 2004, Art Monthly Australia, Issue 172
  • Sally Ann McIntyre, Projekt#, Physics Room Annual, p7

2003

  • Juliana Engberg, ‘Loop-back – New Australian Art to Berlin’, Artlink Vol 23 #3, pp24-29
Tessa Dwyer & Daniel Palmer, ‘Doing it for Themselves: Artist Run Alternatives and Contemporary Australian Art’, in Face Up, Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin, Germany, pp 46-55
  • Catherine Nichols ‘Give the Material a Spin’ in Face Up, Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin, Germany, pp 182- 183
  • Richard Grayson, ‘Face Up’, in Broadsheet, Vol 32, No.4
  • Ulrich Clewing, ‘Nicht nur für Hobbygärtner’, in Der Tagesspiegel, Kultur, 6 October,
  • Rita Kersting, ‘Reisefreiheit’, catalogue essay for the exhibition, Kunsthaus Hamburg
  • Petra Schellen, ‘Verknäuelte Assoziationen’ in Die Tageszeitung, November 3,
  • Andy Thomson & Tanya Eccleston, ‘The Truth Effect’, in New 03, A.C.C.A, Melbourne, Australia
  • Daniel Palmer, ‘New03: David Rosetzky & Daniel von Sturmer’, Photofile, Issue 69, Australia
  • Mark Gomes, ‘New03’ in Broadsheet, Volume 32, No.2, p29, Australia
  • Gabriella Coslovich, ‘Inspiration of the New’, The Age, March 21,