wade marynowsky

Wade Marynowsky is represented by

114 Bendigo St Prahran VIC 3181
Telephone: +61 3 9428 8554


"Sydney artist Dr. Wade Marynowsky creates performance robots that straddle humour, high-camp and a host of unnerving thematic orientations to absorbing effect". Dan Rule, Broadsheet, 2012.

Marynowsky has exhibited and performed nationally and internationally since 1998. He has presented work in Poland, Canada, Japan, Germany, Holland and whilst traveling aboard a Silja cruise liner across the Baltic Sea. In August the National Gallery of Victoria will hold his first major survey exhibition Nostalgia for Obsolete Futures.

Recent exhibitions and performances include: 'Speak to me', the Powerhouse Museum and 'Catching Light', Campbelltown Art Centre, for ISEA2013, Sydney. He also at performed at ISEA2013 in Macrophonics II, at UTS's Bon Marche studio. In January he exhibited the interactive sound installation, 'Black Casino' for MONA FOMA at Contemporary Art Tasmania.

In 2012, 'The Acconci robot', featured in Experimenta's 5th International Biennale of Media Art, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, he held the solo show 'Universal Remote', at UTS Gallery, Sydney and 'The Discreet Charm of The Bourgeois Robot 2', greeted The Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo, NSW.

In 2011, Marynowsky exhibited 'The Hosts: A Masquerade Of Improvising Automatons', at John Buckley Gallery, Melbourne, was in the group show 'Dorkbot Sydney' at Serial Space, Sydney. He performed in 'Macrophonics, Under the Radar', Brisbane Festival, Brisbane and undertook an Artspace Sydney and Arts NSW International Residency at the Darling Foundry, Montréal, Canada.

Highlights in 2010 include being highly commended in 'The Premier of Queensland's National New Media Art Award', GOMA, exhibiting in the International Biennale of Contemporary Art, 'Mediations Biennale', Poznan, Polan and performing at 'SuperDeluxe', Artspace Sydney for the 17th Biennale of Sydney. He also exhibited the audio-visual installation 'Bricolage Disco', at ST Paul St Gallery, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.

In 2009, he exhibited 'Autonomous Improvisation v.1' in Primavera, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and held the solo exhibition 'The Hosts: A Masquerade of Improvising Automatons' at Performance Space, Sydney.