Julianne Pierce
Since 2002
Works in Station Arcade Australia

JULIANNE PIERCE is an Australian new media curator, artist and producer and is currently Executive Director of the Australian Network for Art and Technology (Australia’s peak network and advocacy body for artists working with science and technology).

She has curated several new media events and exhibitions including Primavera 2003, the annual exhibition of emerging Australian artists for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. In 2003 she co-produced a short work for the SAFC/ABC multi-platform digital music video clip initiative 4 Minute Wonders and in 2000 was Producer of the experimental interactive CDROM Uncle Bill by Debra Petrovitch (winner of first prize, New Media, Video Brasil 2001).

Julianne is a founding member of the influential computer artist group VNS Matrix, who exhibited widely in Australia and internationally from 1991 - 1997. She has also worked in the Australian cultural sector for over fifteen years, as a Project Co-ordinator and Administrator with organisations including the Performance Space (Sydney), Artspace Visual Arts Centre (Sydney), Contemporary Arts Centre of SA, Adelaide Festival of Arts, Adelaide Fringe and Media Resource Centre (Adelaide).

Julianne is a Board member of the Australian Dance Theatre and the Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts. She is also on the Editorial Advisory Board of LEA (Leonardo Electronic Almanac), is a member of the World Technology Network and is an Advisor on the UNESCO Digital Arts Portal.