Public Lecture: Joyce Hinterding

Joyce Hinterding

Noise fields drawing energy
To coincide with the exhibition Performing Drawing at the National Gallery of Australia, Joyce Hinterding will discuss a body of works that uses computer-generated stencils, paper, glass and conductive graphite to explore how the medium of drawing connects the technological world of circuit diagrams and the graphic language of electronics to energy scavenging fractals and renderings of plant growth. 
Joyce Hinterding lives and works in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. Her practice is focused around explorations into energetic forces, through custom built field recording and monitoring technologies. She often collaborates with artist David Haines to produce large-scale immersive video, real-time 3d and sound works that explore the tension between the fictive and the phenomenal. Joyce Hinterding is represented by Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney and is a lecturer at the University of Sydney, Sydney College of the Arts.

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