Artists Bonnie Lane and Leaf Tierney will present past and recent works. Bonnie will be discussing her video installation practice including her embrace and resistance towards the advances of digital technology. Leaf-tierney works cross cinema, sound and software, taking the form of installation, screening and performance.
Bonnie Lane & Leaf Tierney Present Works
Wed, Sept 28, 7pm
Bonnie Lane is video installation artist born in Melbourne, Australia in 1986.
Bonnie is a current Freedman Foundation Traveling Scholar, and an Australia Council for the Arts – ArtStarter for 2011. She is currently being mentored by renowned video artist Tina Gonslaves through JUMP, the Australia Council’s national mentoring program for young and emerging artists.
Bonnie will be undertaking artist residencies in Vermont, New Mexico and Los Angeles in the coming months, and with the help of numerous grants including the Australia Council for the Arts – New Work Grant, she will be conducting a research project in Southern States of the USA in early 2012.
An outcome of her research will be presented in a solo project exhibition at Anna Pappas Gallery (Melbourne) in the second half of 2012 as well as Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts (Melbourne) as part of the Innovators Program. Bonnie will also be exhibiting video installation Sleepless in a solo exhibition at Art Currents Institute in Chelsea, New York in 2012.
Bonnie completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at Victorian College of the Arts in 2007 and obtained a first-class Honours Degree in Fine Art from Monash University in 2010.
Leaf-tierney is an Australian project-based artist working across cinema, sound and software.
His works take the form of installation, screening and performance, and have been presented in Vancouver, Melbourne, New York, Utrecht and Tokyo.
Audio release also published as The Min Min Lights (since 2007), Sinuso Dial (since 2008) and as sound designer for the digital graphic novel Nawlz (2006 – 2008).
He will present current works in progress at Harvestworks, as well as a discussion of previous work and practice.