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TCotA Arts Forum | David Haines and Joyce Hinterding


TCotA Forum is a public program of the Tasmanian College of the Arts

Start Date

12 Aug 2016 12:30 pm

End Date

12 Aug 2016 1:30 pm


Dechaineux Lecture Theatre

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TCotA Forum welcomes all students and members of the public.

David Haines and Joyce Hinterding

Joyce Hinterding’s work explores physical and virtual dynamics. Her practice is based on investigations into energetic forces, through custom built field recording and monitoring technologies. These explorations into acoustic and electromagnetic phenomena have produced large sculptural antenna works, experimental drawings, video and sound-producing installations and experimental audio works for performance. She often collaborates with artist David Haines to produce large-scale immersive video and sound works that explore the tension between the fictive and the phenomenal.

David Haines’s work covers a wide range of approaches and techniques including video, sound, sculpture, photography and painting. Since 2004 he has been working with aroma and has been developing an extensive library of aroma molecules. Haines has been represented in the Adelaide Biennale of Australian Art, 2004 Sydney Biennale, 2002 Tarrawarra Biennale 2012 and The Kuandu Biennale 2014. He has exhibited his work in many major contemporary and experimental art spaces around the world including; Tate Liverpool, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Artspace Sydney, Artspace Auckland, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Scott Donovan Gallery Sydney, and Breenspace Sydney.

In their Art Forum, Joyce and David will draw on the many forms of inspirations for their individual and collaborative practice.

Image credit: Encounters with the Halo Field, Joyce Hinterding and David Haines

TCotA Forum is a weekly series of free public lectures held at the Tasmanian College of the Arts (Hunter St) during the semester. TCotA Forum welcomes all students and members of the public, providing a unique opportunity to hear local, national and international visiting scholars and presenters from diverse sectors of the arts discuss their area of professional practice.