Juliane Foronda (she/her) is a Filipina-Canadian artist, organizer and writer. Her practice is invested in notions of radical care, feminist hospitality, and traditions of gathering. She works predominantly through object, intervention and text.

Juliane received her MA in Fine Arts from Listaháskóli Íslands/Iceland University of the Arts in 2013, and her BA in Studio Art from the University of Guelph in 2018. She's currently based in Glasgow, Scotland and Toronto, Canada.




table for two
A spoon is the safest vessel
Glasgow Women's Library archive research
salt collective
an ongoing collaboration with Ieva Grigelionyte
can you stay just a little bit longer?
how to be closer
trying to tickle the sun
traces (of the entrance, the archive, the lighting, the window, the wire, the exit)
sisters, not twins
juliane foronda
articles & writing
instagram
studio
cv
copyright juliane foronda, 2012-2021
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the shape of the space between us
Maintenance
editions
archive
the first thing i look for in a party is a chair
jnforonda(at)gmail.com
recent & upcoming projects -

20/21: CAS Residency in Art Writing, Contemporary Art Stavanger, Stavanger NO - virtual
June 2021: I am thinking about sitting down on the ground, Midpunkt, IS (as salt collective)
September and October 2021: Food Studio Residency – an open kitchen for art, theory and politics at MeetFactory, Prague CZ
November 2021: Interview: Juliane Foronda, Contemporary Art Stavanger - interviewed by Heather Jones
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December 2021: Notes on gathering: pocket, tree, water, spoon, Contemporary Art Stavanger
December 2021: A wet and heavy noise, Market Gallery, Glasgow UK
January and February 2022: I know about hidden things, solo exhibition at Trinity Square Video, Toronto CA - curated by Letticia Cosbert Miller
March and April 2022: artist residency at RAW Material Company, Dakar SE in collaboration with Cove Park, UK
August and September 2022: artist residency, Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim NO
2022: Culture and Art Programme Grant from Nordic Culture Point to conduct research in Helsinki FI, Stockholm SE, and Bergen NO (as salt collective)