Hayley Lander

2015

Hayley Lander explores how landscape painting processes can be used to convey the complexities of the relationship between humanity and nature. Sites of human generated change in Canberra’s suburban environment are inspiration for her artwork. Experimentation with the application of paint draws a connection between the construction of an environment with her own construction of a painting as the materials are manipulated on the surface of the support.

Hayley’s work during the residency will explore the possibilities of painting further, as well as experimenting with fracturing and reassembling space through the medium of collage.

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EDUCATION

2014 Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours), Australian National University

EXHIBITIONS

2015 Imaginarium, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra
2015 Caught in Between, Solo, Tasmanian College of the Arts, Launceston, TAS
2015 Hatched: National Graduate Show 2015, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
2015 Environmental Studio Survey Exhibition, Lima, Peru
2015 Borderline, Solo, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra
2014 Graduating Exhibition, ANU School of Art, Canberra
2014 Crace: Walk the Line, The District, Canberra
2014 Intimate Obsessions, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka
2013 Graduating Exhibition, ANU School of Art, Canberra
2013 Now & When: Contemplating Climates on the South East Coast, Eden, NSW
2013 Intersections, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra
2013 Youth Art Prize, Lanyon Gallery, Canberra, ACT

AWARDS, RESIDENCIES AND GRANTS

2015 Artist in Residence, Tasmanian College of the Arts, Inveresk, TAS
2014 CCAS Residency and Exhibition Award, Acquisition Award, KPMG Acquisition Award
2014 Belconnen Arts Centre Exhibition Award, and Canberra Grammar Exhibition Award
2014 Teaching Assistantship Award, First Year Painting Assistant, ANU
2014 ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences Honours Scholarship, ANU
2013 EASS Patrons Award, ANU Graduate Awards
2012 Foundation for the Visual Arts Scholarship, ANU
2011 Start-Up Grant, Arts ACT

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