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Welcome brunch
January 14, 2024 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Maddie Tait-Jamieson integrates drawing and writing into multimedia installations that examine contemporary Western relationships to death, fragility, territory and gender. In these installations, they offer performative readings that unfold as pedagogical presentations, intimate narratives and animal-drag. Their research draws on the social sciences, pop culture and the more anecdotal forms of knowledge derived from his everyday relationships and experiences. The meaning of place, identity and the role of the intimate in the socio-political are at the root of her storytelling practice.


Maddie Tait-Jamieson is a trans-disciplinary Pakeha artist born in Aotearoa in 1996, based in France since 2014 and currently residing in Marseille. Graduating with a DNSEP master's degree from the Beaux-Arts de Montpellier in 2022, they will be in residence at Triangle Astérides as part of the Artistes Associé.e.s, Marseille en 2024 program. The artist was in residence this autumn at the Maison des arts George et Claude Pompidou (MAGCP) in Cajarc, as part of the HORIZONS program. They had their first solo exhibition in France at GlassboxNord in Paris in 2022, during which they performed their eponymous reading, which was shown at this year's GARCES Festival in Marseille. The text of his reading will be published by POST FIRE BOOKS in 2024.

+ ou -1,5°, exposition de groupe, Orangerie du Jardin des Plantes MO.CO.Montpellier Contemporain, Montpellier, FR
Don’t Step On The Flower Beds, exposition de groupe, PAC OFF, Atelier Vé, Marseille, FR
A Seal is a Portal, exposition indiv, Glassbox, Paris, FR
À suivre, à surveiller, exposition de groupe, Pharmacie et Chapelle de la Miséricorde, MO.CO.Esba, Montpellier, FR
WUU2, exposition de groupe, Play_Station, Pōneke, Aotearoa, NZ
Art Talk with Art Friends, exposition individuelle, Bartley + Co Gallery, Pōneke, Aotearoa, NZ

Maddie Tait-Jamieson, Welcome Brunch, 2024, credit: Danie Chabot
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