Hanna Hoyne

Hanna Hoyne is an artist, designer, sessional lecturer & researcher; exhibiting in Australia, Germany & Hong Kong. Hanna’s practice since 1997 has been concerned with art objects giving people an expanding experience (or afterlife); and has comprised wearable sculptural constructions and sculptures to inhabit. Add your statement here
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Vita
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Exhibitions
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Publications
• https://www.contour556.com.au/hannahoyneamandastuart
• https://www.belconnenartscentre.com.au/exhibitions/sloughing-vessel-2018/
• OFFICIAL VIDEO, CITY RENEWAL AUTHORITY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YnwWQNcVPM
• https://www.canberratimes.com.au/canberra-news/canberra-s-latest-public-artwork-encourages-you-to-have-a-cry-20180816-p4zxtz.html
• https://the-riotact.com/new-west-basin-sculpture-invites-voyage-of-self-discovery/260643
• https://professional.fairfaxsyndication.com/archive/Artist-Hanna-Hoyne-unveils-interactive-sculpture-at-Henry-Rolland-Park--Canberra--2018.-2ITPN4USSPPM.html
• http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/canberra-life/canberra-sculptor-hanna-hoyne-to-bring-work-to-the-world-in-sculpture-by-the-sea-in-bondi-20160923-grn5d3.html
• http://sculpturebythesea.com/the-helen-lempriere-scholarships/
• http://soa.anu.edu.au/publication/crace-field-study
• http://artnotapart.com/hanna-hoyne
• http://www.artinasia.com/galleryDetail.php?catID=1&galleryID=104&view=9&artistID=6287
• Stern, Sylvie, Safe Passage Exhibition Review on Art’n’Soul, Radio Interview, 2XX, March 2014
• Barbie Robinson, Safe Passage Exhibition Review on Arts Diary, Radio Interview, ArtSound FM, March 2014
• Lendon, Nigel, Finding Sculpture’s Edge, Artwrangler’s.com.au, 10th March 2008
• Hammond, K., ‘A Cage Opera’ ; and Sellbach, U., ‘Cloud Cages and Dream Garments’ in Exhibition Catalogue for A Cage Opera supported by ArtsACT at Canberra Museum and Gallery, 2007 http://www.hannahoyne.com/press/
• Backhouse, Megan, Around the Galleries, ‘The Lightness of Being”, The Age, Melbourne, 1 May, 2004
• Gruber, Fiona, “The Opening”, PBS Radio Interview, Melbourne, 11May, 2004, 7pm
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BIOGRAPHY
Hanna Hoyne is an artist, designer, sessional lecturer & researcher; exhibiting in Australia, Germany & Hong Kong. Hanna’s practice since 1997 has been concerned with art objects giving people an expanding experience (or afterlife); and has comprised wearable sculptural constructions and sculptures to inhabit.

She recently won a commission for the New M5 Public Art Program in Sydney, curated by Cultural Capital Studios for her sculpture Moonvessel & Horn (Soul Mine), installing in late 2019. In 2018 Hanna installed Crying Dinghy (Spirit Recharge Vessel) at the edge of the Parliamentary Triangle in Canberra; commissioned by the City Renewal Authority in Canberra, fabricated by UAP Company Brisbane. During 2018, her sculpture designs were also shortlisted twice, for Lake Macquarie NSW & Dampier Palms WA. In 2016 & 2017 sculptures from the Cosmic Recharge Series were shown at Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney; awarded a Helen Lempriere Scholarship ($30,000) and an ANZ Artist Subsidy ($5,000). She was also invited guest speaker for the Sculpture Conference at the Sydney Opera House in 2017. Her earlier temporary public sculpture Soulsearchernaut was finalist at the Helen Lempriere Prize Exhibition, Werribee Mansion Gardens, Victoria in 2005; and Sculpture On The Edge, Bermagui NSW in 2008.

Hanna completed a Masters (RMIT Melbourne, 2004) titled Ephemeral Protection, Lasting Vulnerability (Exhibition: Protectornauts) with study in Seoul, South Korea; and PhD (ANU Canberra, 2009) titled Commitment, Belonging and Devotion in the Globalized World (Exhibition: Cosmic Recharge) with fieldwork in India, Malaysia and Singapore.

Between 2006-2017 she lectured at the Australian National University School of Art and Design; and also held teaching positions at the University of Canberra; the National Gallery of Australia and Canberra Museum and Gallery; as well as delivered workshops for children of all ages.

She dreams of becoming involved in larger sustainable public space, public gardens and urban forest design projects with a vision to the future.
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CV
HANNA HOYNE, PhD. Artist, Designer, Researcher (Born Germany, 1974. Migrated to Australia 1987)
www.hannahoyne.com.au (Website includes essays and press) doctor_hoon_hoonclothingco@instagram.com
Commissions
2019 Commission for Moonvessel & Horn (Soul Mine), for the New M5 Public Art Program curated & managed by Cultural Capital Studio Pty.Ltd for WCX M5 Pty Ltd (Client), Sydney. Fabrication by UAP Company Brisbane.
2018 Commission for Crying Dinghy, Public Sculpture for the West Basin Foreshore Redevelopment, City Renewal Agency and Arts ACT, Canberra. In Collaboration with Redbox Design Group and Fabrication by UAP Company Brisbane
Commission for Performance Costume for Nicci Haynes (Artist), Biennale of Australian Art, Ballarat VIC.
Shortlisted Artist for Soul Mine, Public Sculpture Design for the Dampier Palms Foreshore Redevelopment, Karratha Council, WA. (Fabrication by UAP Company Brisbane).
Shortlisted Artist for Soulsearchernaut, Public Sculpture Design for the Spears Point Park Redevelopment, Lake Macquarie Council, NSW. (Fabrication by UAP Company Brisbane).
Solo Exhibitions
2017 Cosmic Recharge, (2 public sculptures) on display on the Vice Chancellor’s lawn, Building 1, Canberra University
2009 Cosmic Recharge, Multi-faith Chapel, (PhD show) Australian National University, Canberra
Protectornauts, Clockenflap Festival through The Catstreet Gallery, Hong Kong
2008 Protectornauts, Iain Dawson Gallery, Sydney
2004 Ephemeral Protection/Lasting Vulnerability, ANU School Of Art Foyer Gallery, Canberra
Protectornauts, Dianne Tanzer Gallery, Melbourne.
Ephemeral Protection/ Lasting Vulnerability, RMIT Project Space, Melbourne
2003 Protection Suits, Solo Exhibition, Zab Gallery, Carlton, Melbourne
Group Exhibitions
2018 Contour556, Biennial Sculpture Exhibition, Canberra. Sloughing Vessel, collaborative sculpture installation with Amanda Stuart.
Invited Artists, Residency & Open Studio, with Amanda Stuart to create the sculpture Sloughing Vessel at Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra.
2017 Cosmic Recharge, at SculptureByTheSea Bondi 21h Exhibition, Bondi, Sydney (Invited Speaker at Sculpture by the Sea Conference, Opera House, Sydney.)
2016 Cosmic Recharge, at SculptureByTheSea Bondi 20th Anniversary Exhibition, (Recipient of Helen Lempriere Scholarship), Bondi, Sydney
2015 Kindernauts (performance and video collaboration with byrd) and Mental (curated by Chloe Manryk), as well as being feature artist on all advertising for ArtNotApart Festival, Canberra.
Imaginarium, curated by Amanda Stuart, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra
Sometimes There’s Nothing To Get, curated by Rosie Goldfeder, Nancy Sever Gallery, Canberra
2014 Takin’ It To The Streets, with byrd and Erica Wrigley, Bega Regional Gallery, NSW.
Safe Passage, with Karen Cromwell, Amelia Zaraftis and Jacqui Bradley, Australian Capital Artists Association Gallery, Canberra
2013 Portrait of A Nation; Unmade Edges-Distinctive Places (Collaboration with Byrd, Dan Maginnity); Canberra Centennial project, Stromlo Village Green, Canberra.
Material Translations (Collaboration with Amelia Zaraftis), M16 Gallery, Canberra
100%Books, curated by Miriam Mussared and Caren Florance, Watson Arts Centre, Canberra
Phrenetic (Community Arts Support Fundraiser for Mental Health), Belconnen Community Centre Gallery, Canberra
2011 Wallworks (Collaboration with Byrd, Dan Maginnity), Australian Capital Artists Association Gallery, Canberra
Wattle (Survey of contemporary Australian artists in Hong Kong), The Catstreet Gallery, Hong Kong
2010 Musings (with Anne Wysocki) The Catstreet Gallery, Hong Kong
Opening of New Gallery, Iain Dawson Gallery, Sydney
2009 Signal 8, The Catstreet Gallery, Hong Kong
2008 Sculpture on the Edge, Bermagui
2007 A Cage Opera(2) (Collaboration with Anna Simic: performance, sculpture and video installation) invited at Canberra Museum and Gallery
2005 A Cage Opera(1), (Collaboration with Anna Simic: performance, sculpture and video installation), Dianne Tanzer Gallery, Melbourne
2004 National Helen Lempriere Scholarship Exhibition, Werribee Mansion, Melbourne
24:7 Public Art Projects, for Canberra Museum and Gallery, at Calthorpe’s House, Canberra
2003 Siemens RMIT Fine Art Scholarship Exhibition, RMIT Storey Hall Gallery, Melbourne &
Siemens Headquarters, Bayswater, Melbourne.
Awards & Prizes
2016 Recipient of Helen Lempriere Scholarship ($30,000) from Sculpture By The Sea Bondi, Sydney.
2006 Fieldwork Scholarship & Materials Grant, Australian National University ($6,500)
2005 PhD Scholarship, Australian National University ($18,000 p/a)
2004 Arts ACT Project Grant for A Cage Opera, collaboration with Anna Simic ($20,000)
2002 Siemens RMIT Fine Art (Postgraduate) Scholarship ($7,000)
University Mobility Asia Pacific Scholarship to Korea (living stipend)
Qualifications
2005-2009 PhD (Visual Art) with fieldwork in India, Singapore and Malaysia, School Of Art, Australian National University, Canberra. Dissertation: Commitment, Devotion and Belonging in the World with Particular Reference to the Work of Two Indian Contemporary Artists. Exegesis and Exhibition: Cosmic Recharge. Including Hindi Language, 2 years at the College of Asia & Pacific.
2000- 2004 Masters of Fine Art by Research RMIT University, Melbourne. Including University Mobility Asia Pacific Exchange Scholarship (three months 2002) Sung-Shin Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea.
1993- 1996 Bachelor of Fine Arts First Class Honours School Of Art, Australian National University, Canberra. Including Exchange (one year 1995) to Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts de Paris, France. Also Guest student & study tour (three weeks 1996) Kyoto Seika University, Japan.
Employment
2019 Commission for Moonvessel & Horn (Soul Mine), for the New M5 Public Art Program curated & managed by Cultural Capital Studio Pty.Ltd for WCX M5 Pty Ltd (Client), Sydney.
Mentor & Co-developer of Pilot Program Gatherings, introducing Indigenous Youth to a career in the Arts. Auspiced through M16 Artspace, Canberra; funded by Arts ACT and the ACT Government.
2018 Commission for Crying Dinghy, Public Sculpture for the West Basin Foreshore Redevelopment, City Renewal Agency and Arts ACT, Canberra.
Commission for Performance Costume for Nicci Haynes (Artist), Biennale of Australian Art, Ballarat VIC.
Invited Artist for Exhibition-led Workshop Design for Children, Discovery Space-When In Rome for Rome: City and Empire Exhibition, Artefacts from the British Museum, National Museum of Australia, Canberra. Curator Lily Withycombe
Commission for Performance Costume for Nicci Haynes (Artist), Biennale of Australian Art, Ballarat VIC.
2015-ongoing Self-employed, full time Artist and Designer: public sculpture /HOON fashion label
2017 Invited Artist for Exhibition-led Workshop Design for Children, Discovery Space-Wheelie Fun for Freewheeling: Cycling in Australia Exhibition, National Museum of Australia, Canberra.
2016 Invited Artist for Exhibition-led Workshop Design for Children, Discovery Space-Medieval Space for A History of the World in 100 Objects Exhibition, from the British Museum, National Museum of Australia, Canberra.
2015 Invited Artist for Exhibition-led Workshop Design for Children, Discovery Space-Native or Feral? For Old New Land Exhibition, National Museum of Australia, Canberra.
2006- 2017 Lecturer/Tutor (sessional), Undergraduate Program: Book Design (2017), Print Media and Drawing Department. Introduction to Art History (first year course annually until 2014), and Art & Politics (2008, 2010, 2012 intensive course), Arguing Objects (2012, intensive post-graduate course). Art Theory Department, School Of Art, Australian National University.
Panel Member, Masters Examination, Department of Art History and Film Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Sydney (2011).
2012-2013 Editorial assistant on Exhibition catalogue for exhibition To Let the World In –Narrative and Beyond in Contemporary Indian Art, Art Chennai: Festival of Contemporary Art, India, March 2012 curated by Chaitanya Sambrani.
2011-2012 Lecturer (sessional), Sculpture Theory; Sculpture Workshop, School Of Art, Australian National University.
2010-2011
Lecturer (sessional), Drawing as Communication and Drawing as Visual Representation, Faculty of Arts and Design, Canberra University
Lecturer (sessional), Figure and Life and Research Assistant to develop an application for the Australian Learning and Teaching Council. Core Studies, School Of Art, Australian National University.
2009-2010 Educator (sessional), for the Education and Public Programs Department, National Gallery of Australia.
2008-2012 Art Facilitator for “CMAG On Sundays”, (Once monthly) at Canberra Museum and Gallery.
2006-2009 Assistant (contract), Textiles and Paper Conservation Departments, National Gallery of Australia.
Crying Dinghy (A Spirit Recharge Vessel from the Cosmic Recharge Series)
The Crying Dinghy is a rescue boat for the human spirit, made for everyday people as a place for contemplation. It comprises a stone pillow near the bow and two giant gramophone horns, which channel tears cried into the pillow to amplify them. While the vessel is built to navigate the sea of tears, once the flood of raw emotion has been released, the person themselves might feel their own inner buoyancy.
Hanna Hoyne, Metall, Stein


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