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Simone Hine is an artist, curator and writer. Her artworks expand across performance, video, installation and sound. She re-contextualises media images, with a particular focus on the cinematic. These media images are expanded spatially and temporally in order to re-examine otherwise transitory moments.
Hine is a founding co-director of Kuiper Projects (Brisbane) a contemporary art gallery and project space (2017-present). She was also a founding co-director of Screen Space (Melbourne, 2010-2016), a not-for-profit gallery, and Beam Contemporary (Melbourne, 2010-2014), a commercial gallery. Hine holds a PhD from the University of Melbourne, School of Culture and Communication, in Art History.
Paper Tiles (solo exhibition). DAVID. September, 2019.
Falling (solo exhibition). c3: Contemporary Art Space. March, 2019.
Picture. Kuiper (Brisbane). 18 August, 2018.
About. Project for Future Alternatives (Residency and Exhibition). Boxcopy, (Brisbane). 3 June - 9 July, 2017.
Once More (solo exhibition). Bus Projects (Melbourne). 10-27 August, 2016. Catalogue here.
Moving Picture. Group Exhibition. Curated by Katherine Dionysius and Amy-Clare McCarthy. Parer Place QUT (Brisbane). 16-29 May, 2016.
Today, Tomorrow. (solo exhibition). Screen Space (Melbourne) 23 January - 6 February, 2016.
Stages (with Clare Rae). Collaborative Exhibition. Open Spaces Abbotsford Convent 8 November, 2015.
f generation. Group Exhibition. Curated by Veronica Caven Aldous, Dr Juliette Peers and Caroline Phillips. George Paton Gallery (Melbourne). 7-16 October, 2015.
Stages (with Clare Rae). Collaborative Exhibition. Screen Space (Melbourne) 18 April - 23 May 2015. Catalogue.
PP/VT. Group Exhibition. Curated by Anne Marsh. Australian Experimental Art Foundation (Adelaide)
1 April - 16 May 2015.Catalogue essay here.
You Had to be There. Symposium. Bradley Forum University of South Australia (Chaired by Nicholas Tsoutas). Friday 15 May, 2015.
Past, Place, Future. Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise. MARS Gallery, Melbourne. 7 November - 7 December, 2019. Essay here.
Converse. Curated by Rachael Haynes and Simone Hine. Boxcopy (Brisbane). 14-28 July, 2018.
Excavation. Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise for Nite Art. Arts West, University of Melbourne. 27 July, 2017.
Performing Cinema. Metro Arts (Brisbane). Screening curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise. 25 October, 2016. Room Sheet.
Joe Hamilton: Superblock. Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise as part of Window|National (USA). 9 May - 2 September, 2016. Catalogue essay here.
Screen Series 2016: Crossing Atmospheres. Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise. Blindside (Melbourne). 15-25 June, 2016. Catalogue essay here.
Wandering Archive. Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise. Blindside (Melbourne). 29 July - 15 August, 2015. Catalogue here.
With Her Feet off the Ground. Curated by Simone Hine. Counihan Gallery (Melbourne). 27 February - 29 March, 2015. Essay here.
Resolving Ruins. Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise. Brenda May Gallery (Sydney). 17 March - 11 April, 2015. Essay here.
Catalogue essay (with Kyle Weise) for Jarrod Van Der Ryken's (no) vacancy, Galerie pompom (Sydney). 10 May - 4 June, 2017. Catalogue here.
Catalogue essay for Hannah Raisin's Recall, Trocadero (Melbourne). 18 May - 4 June, 2016.
Catalogue essay for Nina Ross's Untitled #1, Pregnancy, MARS (Melbourne). 30 January - 27 February, 2016. Catalogue here.
Catalogue essay for Rachael Haynes's Like a Burden, Metro Arts (Brisbane). 24 June - 11 July, 2015. Catalogue here.
Selected Recent Text and Reviews:
Anne Marsh. "Performance Art - Live and on Screen." What is Performance Art? Australian Perspectives. Eds. Adam Geczy and Mimi Kelly. Sydney: Power Publications, 2018. p.64-65.
Elyssia Bugg. "Simone Hine: Corridor (2009): A World Between Screens" Real Time, May 2017. Online.
Anne Marsh. "Body-Time: Rethinking the Radical Edge in Video Performance by Australian Women Artists." Senses of Cinema Issue 81, December 2016. Online.
Kyle Weise. Split Screen. Catalogue Essay. Metro Arts, 2016. Online.
Lucio Crispino. "A Graceful Gravity." Once More Catalogue Essay. Bus Projects, 2016. Print.
Dan Rule. Review of Today, Tomorrow., The Age. Saturday 6th of February 2016. Spectrum, p.11. Online and Print.
Robert Nelson. 'Monumental video works dominate Screen Space's final exhibition' (Review). The Age Wednesday 3rd of February, p.38-39. Online and Print.
Catherine Clover. Review of 'Stages'. Das Platforms. 17 June 2015. Online.
Dan Rule. Review of 'Stages'. The Age 1 May 2015. Spectrum p.22. Online and Print.
Catherine Connolly. 'Stages'. Stages Catalogue essay. Boxcopy and Screen Space, 2014/2015.
Dan Rule. Review of 'With her Feet off the Ground'. The Age 7 March 2015. Spectrum p.22. Online and Print.