Julie Andreyev (Canada)

Julie Andreyev’s work is influenced by forms within popular entertainment and car cultures, and interactive, mobile technologies. The most recent projects involve multi-media interactive cars: Four-Wheel Drift 1 was performed in 2004 at Interactive Futures, Victoria Independent Film and Video Festival. In 2003, VJ-Fleet was performed in the New Forms Festival in Vancouver and shown at: ORB//Remote: Global Scrambling, 2003, Copenhagen, Denmark; at MAD ’03NET 2nd International Meeting of Experimental Arts in Madrid where it received a Project Award; and at the 7th Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo in 2004. VJ-Fleet was nominated for a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) Interactive Arts Installation Award. Four-Wheel Drift (re-mix) was performed during her residency at Splintermind, Stockholm in Spring 2004, sponsored by the Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art. Andreyev was recently awarded a Strategic Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Andreyev is Associate Professor at the Emily Carr Institute of Art, Design & Media.


1999 Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver


2004 • (accepted) “VJ-Fleet”, Viper Festival “Generations on the Move”, curated by Rebecca Picht & Annika Blunck, Basel, Switzerland
• “Four Wheel Drift (re-mix)”, curated by Bjorn Norberg, live webcast for nonTVTVstation, Splintermind, Stockholm, Sweden, www.splintermind.com
• “Four Wheel Drift 1”, Interactive Futures, curated by Steve Gibson, Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival, http://festival@vifvf.com/new_media.html, Victoria Canada
2003 • “VJ Fleet”, New Forms Festival, curated by Camille Baker, Vancouver
• “Circuit Van”, LICk. Productions, (collaboration with Christopher Kowal), urban intervention during Contact Photo Festival, Toronto
2002 • “Circuit Van”, LICk. Productions urban intervention during SWARM, Vancouver
1998 • “Thrillin Chillin Killin Chick Flick Pics”, LIC Productions Bus Shelter Installation, 800 Block Granville St., Vancouver

Selected Exhibitions

2004 • Digifest 2004 “On the Move”, New Voices; Tribe, curated by John Sobol and Paola Poletto
• “Greenroom”, (solo), Surrey Art Gallery Tech Lab (Surrey, Canada) & Emily Carr Institute Media Gallery (Vancouver)
• “Stereoscope”, (solo), Articule, centre d’artistes contemporains, Montreal
• 7th Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo, http://plaza.bunka.go.jp/festival/english/
2003 • “Slowtime?…Quicktime as an artistic medium”, curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, Cinematheque at le Musee di-visioniste, www.le-musee-divisioniste.org/mediacentre/, Cologne
• “ORB//Remote: Global Scrambling”, curated By Eva Ejuve and Pio Diaz, Wireless Gallery over the Royal Gardens of Copenhagen, www.ORBremote.com, Copenhagen, Denmark
• “MAD ’03NET, 2nd International Meeting of Experimental Arts in Madrid”, curated by Eva Moraga, http://www.mad03.net/project.php
• “Dust”, curated by Sigrid Dahle, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
2002 • “Dustclouds”, (solo), Gallery 44 (Project Room), Toronto
• Julie Andreyev / Kelly Richardson (two person show), Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto
• “Optica” (two person show with Thomas Kneubuhler), Gallery 44, Toronto
• “Moving Pictures”, The Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto
• “Welcome to the Desert of the Real”, curated by Randy Lee Cutler, Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design, Vancouver
2001 • “TV Disasters”, (solo), Mercer Union Gallery (Platform Space), Toronto
• “TV Disasters”, Signal & Noise Festival of Contemporary Media, Video In, Vancouver
• “Stereoscope”, (solo), Artspeak Gallery, Vancouver
1999 • ” New Artists / New Works: Transformations”, curated by Kathryn Burns, Calgary Art Gallery, Calgary, Canada
• “ana•morpheus”, (solo), Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, Canada

Julie Andreyev participates in

  • [R][R][F]200x—>XP – global networking project
  • RRF v.2 curated by Agricola de Cologne

  • Cinematheque
  • Cinema_B – Slowtime? – Quicktime as an artistic medium
    curated by Agricola de Cologne

  • A Virtual Memorial
  • Tsunami Memorial curated by Agricola de Cologne