Joyce Hinterding

Joyce Hinterding produces works that explore 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, video and sound-producing installations and experimental audio works for performance.

Joyce Hinterding’s selected individual exhibitions include: “Aeriology”, AV festival, Reg Vardy Gallery, Sunderland, England, (2008), 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 (1997), Ich Phoenix, Ein Kunstereignis, Gasometer, Oberhausen, Germany (1996), Sound in space: Australian sound art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (1995), Australian sound art meridian, Xebec Hall, Kobe, Japan (1993); and Biennale of Sydney, The Boundary Rider, Sydney (1992).In 2002 Antiopic and Sigma Editions NYC co-released an audio CD titled ‘Spectral’ -, Joyce’s live solo performances include, The NowNow (2008) Sound and Electricity, The Performance Space (2006), Audiotheque, The night air, ABC radio national (2005), Tonic, NYC, USA 2004 and the What is music Festival, Opera House Sydney (2002).