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Ali Bramwell [NEW ZEALAND]
Ali Bramwell (born Auckland, New Zealand, 1969) is an academically trained sculptor and performance artist using kinetic installations through physical strains of her body. Bramwell’s installations – part of a series of art projects collectively called Attachment Drawings – often incorporate the possibility of exploitation, impermanence, absurdity and failure.
Since 2000 Bramwell has also been working as an independent curator. In 2011 she won a selectors’ merit award at New Zealand’s most prestigious biannual sculptural exhibition, Sculpture of the Gulf, in Auckland. As a project manager, artist and member of the international art collective Nine Dragon Heads, she co-organised Jump Into Unknown, a group exhibition and official collateral event at the 2015 Venice Biennale, and Taste of Tea a parallel event in the 2017 Istanbul Biennale. Bramwell has created a number of public installations including: Schema, Chiemsee Art, 2005; Etwas verloren, Subdokumenta, Sarajevo, 2009; Propositional Architecture, Artisterium, Tbilisi, 2010; and Attachment Drawing, Quartair Contemporary Art Initiatives, The Hague, 2011.