Taline Temizian (b. 1978, Fresno, USA) is a London-based artist who is working with multiple media including paintings, Kinetic & Light installations, collages, using systems, signs and processes to explore the interplay between personal narrative and cultural history through science, art and poetry. Temizian’s practice is characterised by a wide range of influences, from modernist painting and anthropology to contemporary medical imagery and research, particularly that of cardiology and neurology.
She is currently studying BA in Design & Coding 2017 at Ravensbourne College London.
Recent solo exhibition of Temizian’s artwork includes Systems & Networks at Sketch in London (2016), and a duo show with Tsibi Geva Silent War at The Java Studios in New York (2016) exploring war crimes & trauma, a memorial installation about the Armenian genocide at Amnesty International HQ (2015).
Her participation in international group shows and collectives has included Space in London (2016), in association with Geoff Leung Foundation; the curated screening project EMPIRE II during the 57th Venice Biennale, Brussels Art Week in association with Frederic De Goldschmidt, the Spektrum Art Science Community in Berlin and the Provincial Project Space in Kendal; The Fall of Rebel Angels, an independent exhibition curated by Vanya Balogh at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015) and the Museum of Broken Relationships at the Museum für Wohnkultur in Basel (2015), and now resides as a permanent collection and museum in Zagreb.
Temizian holds a post-graduate certificate in visual communication from London College of Communication at the University of the Arts London (2010) where she also studied jewelry design and art direction at Central Saint Martins (2005). She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Aleppo, Syria (2002), and is a graduate of the École supérieure des arts et techniques de la mode, Paris (1997).
Taline Temizian’s work is held internationally in private and public collections.