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Ellen Maiorano

Born 1991, Melbourne, Australia

Lives in London, UK

 

Contact

ellen.maiorano@gmail.com

 

Education

2014    Graduate Certificate in Visual Art, Victorian College of the Arts

2009-2012    Bachelor of Film and Television (Honours), Swinburne University

 

Solo Exhibition

2017  Tear Shop, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

 

Group Exhibitions

2017  Nasty Women UK, Stour Space, London

2017  <INSIDE OUT> Hackney WickED, Here East, London

2016    In Flux, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

2015    SMALLWORKS 2015, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

2015   #IAMANY, Darwin Visual Arts Association, Darwin

2015    I Is Another, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne

2015    WHO is LOOKING at YOU, Cambridge Studio Gallery, Melbourne

2014    40x40x40, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

2014    VCA Contemporary Art Practise Graduate Exhibition, VCA Gallery, Melbourne

2014    SMALLWORKS 2014, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

2013    Disposable Camera Project #2, Colour Box Studio, Melbourne

2013    Smash & Grab Fundraiser Exhibition, Tinning Street Gallery, Melbourne

 

Performance

2017  Spoken Word Performance, BoxediN @ Boxpark Shoreditch (August), London

2017  Spoken Word Performance, Tongue Tied Open Mic, London

2014    500 Strikes Against the Safety Net, SIGNAL Live Arts Festival, Melbourne

2014    Tinder, Come See a Play at Our House, Melbourne

2013    Canvases, Melbourne Fringe Festival

 

Screenings

2015    Artbox Truck, Gertrude Street Projection Festival (me&, Disco Kiss Infinity)

2014    Digital Creatures, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melbourne (Official Selection, Disco Kiss Infinity)

2013    Melbourne Underground Film Festival, Melbourne (Official Selection, The Wishful)

2013    Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival, USA (Official Selection, The Wishful)

2007    The Breakfast Show - Channel 31 [Television], Melbourne (Out Damned Spot)

 

Other

2017    Some Feels, painting series and zine

2014    Photos published as part of Colour Box Studio Disposable Camera Project 2013 Handbook

 

Awards

2013    Platinum Remi Recipient, Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival

2007    National Winner, Bell Shakespeare “Make a Scene” Youth Art Competition