Joyce Hinterding’s work explores physical and virtual dynamics. Her practice is based on investigations into energetic forces, through custom built field recording and monitoring technologies. These explorations into acoustic and electromagnetic phenomena have produced large sculptural antenna works, experimental drawings, video and sound-producing installations and experimental audio works for performance. She often collaborates with artist David Haines to produce large scale immersive video and sound works that explore the tension between the fictive and the phenomenal.
In 2013 Joyce participated in the Echology: Making Sense of Data seminar series, curated by Carbon Arts and ANAT to showcase world’s best practice at the intersect of art, data sensing and ecology. In 2015, Carbon Arts curated Joyce and her partner David Haines’ work into the Perceptive Power Exhibition at RMIT.