Gali Weiss' arts practice has centred on drawing installations and the artist’s book, and currently on multimedia work comprising drawing, printmaking and photomedia, and sound. She has conducted practice-led research on notions of portraiture and diaspora, and continues to write and publish research on identity, subjectivity, material perceptions of time, and art and social/political engagement.
Gali Weiss, 2015. ‘The Unstable Print: Material challenges in printmaking and the moving image’. Printmaking in the Post-Print Age: Critical and Creative Methods in the context of Contemporary Art and Society. Impact 9 International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China.
Gali Weiss & Barbara Kameniar, 2012. ‘Unfolding Projects: Afghan and Australian artist’s books collaborations.’ Intersections and Counterpoints. Impact 7 International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference, Monash University.
Gali Weiss, 2010. ‘Diasporic Looking’. Imaging Identity: media, memory and visions of humanity in the digital present symposium, National Portrait Gallery of Australia and the Research School of Humanities, Australian National University.
Gali Weiss, 2010. ‘Drawing the Affiliative Look’. Drawing Out transdisciplinary conference. Collaboration between RMIT Melbourne & The University of the Arts London, Melbourne.
Gali Weiss, 2008. ‘About Place: an art project of collaborations’. Joining the Dots…Creating Communities, Vicserve Mental Health Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
Gali Weiss, 2007 ‘But it doesn’t look like me: Authenticity, the portrait, and diaspora’. Art and Authenticity conference, Research School of Humanities, Australian National University.
2009 Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Research. Victoria University Melbourne
2005 Australian Postgraduate Award
1999 Collie Trust Scholarship. Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne.
1981 Beatrice S. Kulliner Award, Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
(2015), [Melbourne, Vic.], J2
(2014), North Melbourne, Vic., J1
(2014), Melbourne, Victoria, J1-1
(2014), Melbourne, Victoria., J2
M Tamboukou, G Weiss
(2013), pp. 171-180, Oral history in the visual arts, London, Eng., B1-1
Unfolding projects: Afghan and Australian artist's books collaborations
G Weiss, B Kameniar
(2013), pp. 496-503, Impact 7 : Proceedings of International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference: Intersections and Counterpoints 2014, Melbourne, Victoria, E1-1
(2010), pp. 1-8, Drawing Out 2010 : Proceedings of the international Transdisciplinary Conference on Drawing, Melbourne, Vic., E1-1
(2008), Melbourne, Vic., J1-1
Funded Projects at Deakin
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