artist cv

Hayden Fowler

Born 1973, Te Awamutu, New Zealand. Lives and works Sydney, Australia.

Employment

2015-2016
  • Sessional Lecturer, Fine Arts, University of Wollongong.
2007-2015
  • Sessional Lecturer, School of Art & Design, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Academic

2009
  • Guest Student, Universitat der kunst, Berlin, Germany, Class Hito Steyerl.
2004-2006    
  • MFA (by research). College of Fine Arts, UNSW, Sydney, Australia.
2000-2002    
  • BFA (first class hons.) College of Fine Arts, UNSW, Sydney, Australia.
1993-1995    
  • BSc (biology) University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Solo Exhibitions

2015
  • Your Death: Gallery9, Sydney Australia.
  • Your Death (Kokako): Alaska Projects, Sydney, Australia.
2014
  • Call of the Wild (Whekau): Michael Reid Gallery, Berlin, Germany.
2013
  • New Romantic: Artereal Gallery for Sydney Art Month, Sydney, Australia.
  • New World Order: University of Canterbury Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand
2011
  • The Long Forgetting: Dubbo Regional Gallery, Dubbo, Australia.
2008
  • Call of the Wild: (photography; performance documentation) Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia, April/May.
  • Second Nature: (photography and video) Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney Australia, Aug-Sept.
2007
  • Video Projects: (video) Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu, Christchurch, New Zealand, September.
  • Call of the Wild: (photography; performance documentation) Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia, Nov/Dec.
  • Call of the Wild: (video installation; photography) Gallery Barry Keldoulis, July.
2006
  • AS SEEN ON TV: (video installation; photography) Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, Australia, August.
2005
  • White Australia: (video) Elastic residence, London, October.
  • Product Placement: (video installation; photography) Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, April.
2003
  • Postcards from Utopia: (performance; installation) UNSW roundhouse, Sydney, Aug.
2002
  • Progress in Harmony: (photography; installation) Space 3, Sydney, June.

Selected Goup Exhibitions

2018
  • Adelaide Biennale (pending): Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
2016
  • Precarious Nature: Centre of Contemporary Art (CoCA), Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • New Romance: Art and the Posthuman: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia.
  • Light Moves: National Gallery of Australia Collection touring video exhibition, Cairns Regional Gallery, Cairns, Australia; Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
2015
  • New Romance: Art from Australia and Korea (upcoming): Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Light Moves: National Gallery of Australia Collection touring video exhibition.
  • Extinct Extant: Airspace Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • The Night Parrot: Delmar Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2014
  • Wild Side: The Animal in Art; Lake Macquarie City Art Galley, Dec-Feb (2015).
  • Conquest of Space: Galleries UNSW, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, May/June.
  • Winter Group Show: m.contemporary gallery, Sydney, June/July.
  • Blake Prize: UNSW Galleries, Sydney, November-January.
  • Beastly: Delmar Gallery, Sydney, November.
  • Animal Fanfair: Pine Rivers Art Gallery; Moreton Bay, Queensland, Jan/Feb; Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, Queensland, July-Sept.
  • Green: Penrith Regional Gallery, Sydney, Sept/Oct.
2013
  • The Wandering: Moving images from the MCA Collection. Touring Australia 2013-14.
  • Somewhere: Among the Machines, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand, July-Nov.
  • Revealed2:Collector Space: Samstag Museum, Adelaide, July-Sept.
  • Intra-action: Multispecies becomings, Mop Gallery, Sydney, July 8-29.
  • Inside the Silos, Delmar Gallery, Sydney, April 7-28.
2012
  • When I grow up I want to be a video artist: Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, Australia.
  • The Visitor: Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn NY, US.
  • The Secret Cabinet: Antje Oklesund, Berlin, Germany.
2011
  • The Blake Prize (highly commended): National Art School Gallery, Sydney Australia.
  • Awfully Wonderful: Performance Space, Sydney, Australia.
  • After Glow: Monash Gallery Of Art, Melbourne, Australia.
  • The Animal Gaze: Sheffield Institute of the Arts Gallery, Sheffield, United Kingdom.
2010
  • In Context: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia.
  • Souvenirs from Earth: French TV Video Art broadcast, www.souvenirsfromearth.tv
  • Cartography of Myth: Ficken 3000, Berlin, Germany.
  • LoveArt: Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia.
  • Understory: Devonport Regional Gallery, Devonport, Australia..
  • Imagining The Everyday: Australian Centre for Photography at The Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, China.
2009
  • RBS Emerging Artist Award finalist's exhibition: (photography) RBS Towers, Sydney, October.
  • Bowness Photography Prize finalists exhibition: (photography) mga, Melbourne, November.
  • Light Sensitive Material: works from the Verghis Collection. (video) Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Oct-Nov.
  • Tier Perspektiven: (video) Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin Germany, June.
  • Colliding Worlds: (video) Samstag Museum, Adelaide, Australia, May-July.
  • The Animal Gaze: London Metropolitan University, London, United Kingdom.
  • The Animal Gaze: Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth, United Kingdom.
2008
  • In Captivity: (video installation) Dubbo Regional Gallery, Dubbo, Australia, Nov-Feb.
2007
  • Eye to Eye: (video; photography) Dubbo Regional Gallery, Dubbo, Australia, Sept- Nov.
  • Windows: (performance installation) Auckland Festival, Auckland, New Zealand, March.
2006
  • December Group: Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, December.
  • Pet Project: (photography; video) Australian Centre for Photography, Span Galleries Melbourne, October 2006;ACP Gallery, Dec-Feb 2007.
  • Art and About: (video installation) City of Sydney, October 2006.
  • GBK @ Melbourne Art Fair: (video; photography) Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, August.
  • Flaming Youth: (video) Orange Regional Gallery, Orange, Australia, August.
  • Sowing Seeds: (video) Dubbo Regional Gallery, Dubbo, September-October.
  • White Australia: (video) Dubbo Regional Gallery, Dubbo, Dec-Jan 2007.
  • The Idea of the Animal: (video) RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, October.
2005
  • Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship: (video installation) Artspace, Sydney, August.
  • Space to Place: (video installation) Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, Australia, October.
  • GBK@SPAN: (video; photography) Span Gallery, Melbourne, August.
  • Selekta: (photography) West Space, Melbourne, August.
  • Sunshine Policy: (video) Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand, August.
2004
  • Beautiful Garbage: (video) Cheongju Art Centre, Cheongju, South Korea, April.
  • Australian Artists: (video) Pici Gallery, Seoul. South Korea, April.
  • The December Group: Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, December.
2003
  • Tale-chaser: (installation; video) Gallery 4A, Asia-Australia Arts Centre, Sydney, July.
  • Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship exhibition: (photography, video installation) Artspace, Sydney June.
2002
  • In the Flesh: (photography) First Draft Gallery, Sydney, July.
  • Expo: (photography) Imperial Slacks, Sydney, February.
2001
  • Mint: COFA, Sydney, December.
  • Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship exhibition: (sculpture) Artspace, Sydney, April.
  • Fusion: (installation; video) Melbourne Film Festival, Melbourne, May.
  • Eat My Shorts: (installation; performance) Carnivale Festival, Performance Space, Sydney, October.
2000
  • Downwardly Mobile: (sculpture) Imperial Slacks, Sydney, July.
  • Furr: (sculpture) kudos Gallery, Sydney, November.

Residencies

2015
  • Landscapes Institute Residency, Bundanon, New South Wales, Australia.
2010
  • Creative NZ and Department of Conservation, Wildcreations residency: O Tu-Wharekai National Park, New Zealand.
  • Ministry for the Arts, Gunnery studio residency: Artspace, Sydney, Australia.
2008
  • National Art School Gallery Artist Residency: Sydney, Australia.
2007
  • Artspace/Gunnery studio residency: Ministry for the Arts, Sydney, Australia.
2004
  • IASKA: Kellerberrin, Western Australia.
  • Nine Dragon Heads Environmental Art Symposium: Daecheong Lake, South Korea.

Awards, Grant and Scholarships

2016
  • New South Wales Arts and Cultural Development Program - New Work Grant, Dark Ecology, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia.
2013
  • New Work Grant (Established), Visual Arts Board, Australia Council.
2011
  • New Work Grant (established), Australia Council Visual Arts Board.
2010
  • University Post-Graduate Award: University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia.
2008
  • Anne and Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship.
  • Australia Council New Work Grant $20,000 - established artist category.
  • National Art School Gallery Artist Residency, May-June.
2007
  • Ministry for the Arts, Gunnery studio residency: Feb-July 2007.
2006
  • Australia Council New Work Grant $10,000 - emerging artist category.
2004
  • Australian Post Graduate Award, 2004-2006.
  • IASKA Residency: Kellerberrin, Western Australia, Sept-Oct 2004.
  • Nine Dragon Heads Environmental Art Symposium: Daecheong Lake, South Korea.
2003
  • UNSW Student Union artist Residency: May-August 2003.
2002
  • UNSW Honours Scholarship.
2001
  • Basil and Muriel Hooper Scholarship.
  • Blackwood and Son Sculpture Prize.

Selected Collections

  • National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
  • Artbank, Australia
  • Elton John Collection, London
  • Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
  • Dubbo Regional Gallery, Australia