Energies: Haines and Hinterding
Australian artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding live and work in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Their collaborative practice incorporates experimental and traditional media to investigate Hinterding’s fascination with energetic forces and Haines’ attraction to the intersection of hallucination and the environment. Both artists are captivated by the unseen energies that surround us and seek to reveal them to audiences through work that draws upon aspects of science, the occult and philosophy.
The artists work across a range of media and processes, including sound, installation, moving image, performance, sculpture, photography and drawing. This exhibition was the first comprehensive survey of their work and included a number of key collaborative projects, solo works by both artists, and a new commission.
This beautiful full colour catalogue features Director's Foreword by Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE and essays by curator Anna Davis and Douglas Kahn.Publisher: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Author: Anna Davis, Douglas Kahn
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