Selected Solo Shows

2017

  • Electric Light (facts/figures), Bus Projects, Melbourne, Australia
  • (forthcoming) Starkwhite Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

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, 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, New Zealand

 

 

Selected Group Shows/Screenings

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
  • (Forthcoming) Prime Movers, curated by Boe-lin Sebastian, Incinerator Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
  • (Forthcoming) 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, 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 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, New Zealand

2014

  • OgoGago, screening curated by Seung Yul, City Gallery, Wellington 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, New Zealand
  • Projekt #5, Curated by Brendan Lee, Kings Artists Initiative, Melbourne, Australia

 

 

Awards/ Grants/ Residencies

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), New Zealand
  • Monash Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia
  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 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, New Zealand, USA, Japan

 

Selected Publications/ Catalogues/ Reviews

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,