3rd 01SJ Biennial September 2010

A global festival of art on the edge

David Haines + Joyce Hinterding

David Haines (Australia)
b. 1966, London; lives Blue Mountains, NSW Australia
Joyce Hinterding (Australia)
b. 1958, Melbourne; lives Blue Mountains, NSW Australia
Black Canyon and Earth Field, 2008

David Haines and Joyce Hinterding work both collaboratively and independently. Their collaborative work has produced large scale immersive video and sound works that explore the tension between the fictive and the phenomenal. This work incorporates Joyce’s investigations into energetic forces and David’s concern with the intersection of hallucination and landscape.

Most recently they have exhibited their collaborative work in the exhibitions ; (in)visible sounds, Montevideo, The Dutch Institute for Time based Art, Netherlands (2007), V2 Zone, Act interact, The Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan (2007). ReSearch, The Sendai MediaTech in Sendai, Japan (2006). Under the Radar, FACT, (Foundation for Art & Creative Technology) Liverpool England (2006), Waves (Electromagnetic Waves as medium for Art), Riga, Latvia (2006), They were the Australian representatives at the 26th Bienal de Sao Paulo, Brazil (2004) and have collaborated on numerous exhibitions, including; Lets talk about six, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand (2004); Liquid sea, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2003); MAAP – Multimedia Art Asia Pacific, Art Museum of China, Millennium Monument, Beijing (2002); st@rt up, new interactive media, Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa (2002); Space odyssey: sensation and immersion, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne and Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (2002-01 and The Levitation Grounds, Artspace, Sydney (2000).

David Haines’ selected individual exhibitions include Who’s afraid of the Big Bad wolf, , Te tui centre for the Arts, New Zealand (2007), The irrational, Scott Donovan Gallery Sydney (2006), Contemporary Projects VI, Contemporary Art Centre South Australia (2005), Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art (2004), Biennale of Sydney, (the world may be) fantastic, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2002); Atomic, The Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand (2000); Re-worked, The Film Centre, Wellington, New Zealand (1999); Avatar, The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand (1998); Medievalism: musical & non musical kingdoms, Artspace, Sydney (1997); Eccentric orbit, Museum of Modern Art, New York (1995); Words became stars, Z.A. Moca Contemporary Art Foundation, Shinjuku, Japan (1995); SOUNDWATCH94, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand (1994); and VIDEOPOSITIVE93, Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England (1993).

Joyce Hinterding’s selected individual exhibitions include Biennale of Sydney, (the world may be) fantastic, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2002), Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Converge: where art and science meet (2002); 7 Istanbul Biennial, Yerebetan Cistern, Instanbul, Turkey, (2001), Aeriology, V2 Institute for Unstable Media, Rotterdam, the Netherlands (1998), Voltage, The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand, l-TONE aeriology, Artspace Sydney