Amy Hanley is an artist based on Wurundjeri Country in Melbourne, Australia. Their practice contributes to dialogues that are concerned with relations of space, bodies, technologies, sonic imaginings and queer ecology. Engaging forms of performance, installation, and collaboration, Hanley's work is interested in listening as an affective practice and the possibilities of sound as an expression of human and non-human exchange.
They are currently developing work at Brunswick Mechanics Institute supported by Next Wave and have recently exhibited SUNKLAND (2021), commissioned by Liquid Architecture, and presented at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery.
In 2020, Hanley published Translating Ambiance Through Queer Ecologies: A Speculative Cartographic Imaginary (2020) in Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, they were artist in residence at Bogong Centre for Sound Culture (2020) and featured work at Avantwhatever Festival (2020) and Speak Percussion’s SD Series (2020). In 2019 they were the recipient of the Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival, Best Sound Art Award 2019 (IRE).
In recent years they have presented work at Screen & Sound Cultures Eco_Media Symposium (2019), Falls Festival (2019), A Night at the Nicholas (2019), Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival (2019), The Black Box Theatre (2018), Mapping Melbourne (2018), The Design Hub (2017), Crack Theatre Festival (2016), Melbourne Meat Markets (2016), 107 Projects (2016) and have been broadcast on Soundproof, ABC Radio National, 3RRR and FBi Radio.