Zhu Ohmu (b. 1989 Taipei, Taiwan). Currently based in Birraranga, Melbourne, Australia.
I acknowledge and am grateful to the Wurundjeri and Bunurong peoples of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land that I live and work on. I would like to reflect that within acknowledgement there should be action. How do we act in solidarity with First Nations peoples to end the history of silence and oppression that has resulted in Indigenous disadvantage today?
2012 Bachelor of Fine Arts (honours), Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland.
2019 Collectively: an exhibition by West Space volunteers, West Space, Melbourne
2018 Rigg Design Prize 2018, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
ALLEGORY, Lindberg Galleries, Melbourne
Relics Today, Modern Times, Melbourne
2017 thing in itself // das Ding an sich, Wellington St Projects, Sydney – curated by Elyse Goldsfinch
Craft Regale, Craft Victoria, Melbourne
Victorian Craft Awards, Craft Victoria, Melbourne
2016 Wonky, Tinning St, Melbourne - curated by Sophia Cai and Caitlin Shearer
2015 Pleasure Planet, Roll Over Beethoven, Melbourne
Spring, in an upstairs room, LOFT Jervois, Auckland - curated by Hannah Valentine
2012 ARE YOU TOGETHER, Knight St Art Space, Melbourne
Interventions Rejecting the Spectrum, Level 6 Curtin House, Melbourne - curated by Shelly Graden and Bianca Tainsh
Expatriate Consolation Relations, 173 Brunswick St, Melbourne - curated by Sophie Bannan and Bridget Riggir
2011 Elam Graduate Show, Auckland
Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Watercolour Scholarship finalist exhibition, projectspace B431, Auckland
2013 Censored, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne
2017 Shortlisted finalist in the Victorian Craft Awards, Australia
2011 Winner of Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Watercolour Prize, New Zealand
2007 Ara Lodge No. 348 Irish Constitution Fine Arts Students Award, New Zealand
Pat Henly student membership, New Zealand
2019 Material Design Process, Sandu Publishing, 2019
2018 Green Magazine, Issue 63
North Journal, Monique Penning, Issue 17 Spring
Works held in Artbank, Australia and private collections in Australia, New Zealand, Korea and the United States.
Related Professional Practice
2015-current- beekeeper, Honey Fingers Collective, Melbourne
2014-2015 data collection and surveyor of micro-plastics, Port Phillip EcoCentre, Melbourne
2013 curatorial intern, Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne
2012-2013 volunteer, Westspace, Melbourne
2009 volunteer, ARTSPACE, Auckland