Juliane Foronda is a Filipina-Canadian artist and organiser whose sculptural practice exists predominantly through object, intervention and text. Her work concentrates on the parallels between space and emotion, and is rooted in the limits and absurdity of support and care. She uses architecture, modularity and site-specificity to highlight these notions in her practice.

Juliane received her BA in Studio Arts from the University of Guelph, and her MA in Fine Art from Listaháskóli Íslands, the Iceland University of the Arts. She was the director and co-founder of RÝMD in Reykjavik and has worked at various galleries, artist-run spaces and residencies in Canada and abroad.


recent & upcoming projects:

May and June 2020 Artist-in-residence, Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim, NO (upcoming)

Nov 2018: Maybe it’s the weatherKosminen, Helsinki, FI - curated by Sohpie Durand, Brontë Jones & Ana Victoria Bruno

Nov 2018: how to be closer, Underpinning, Aberdeen UK - curated by Kirsty Russell

Nov 2018: Maybe it’s the weather publication launch concurrently at OPEN in Reykjavík IS, Good Press in Glasgow UK and Cool Change Contemporary in Perth AUS

Aug 2018: Artist Talk, Trondheim Acedemy of Fine Art, Trondheim, NO

Aug 2018: Artist-in-residence, Surnadal Billag Residency, Surnadal, NO

June 2018: Pressure of the Deep, Nýlistasafnið/The Living Art Museum, Reykjavík, IS

June 2018: Instant Empathy Center, listasafnislands.is, Reykjavík, IS - with Clara Bro Uerkvitz, organized by Sindri Leifsson

May 2018: Platforms Project 2018 with Ed Video Media Arts, Athens, GR - curated by Scott McGovern

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     © juliane foronda 2013-2019