Amy Hanley (b. 1988, AU) is a Melbourne based sound artist and researcher whose practice considers relations of space, bodies, technology and contemporary ecologies. Engaging forms of performance, installation, and collaboration, Hanley’s work often explores gender, sexuality and queer expression/s. Hanley’s practice is interested in listening as an affective practice and the possibilities of sound as a communicator for matter-cultural expressions between human and non-human bodies. Graduating in 2018, Hanley holds a Bachelor of Media and Communication Honours (H1) from RMIT University.
Amy Hanley is the recent recipient of the Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival, Best Sound Art Award 2019 (IRE). Hanley has featured work at RMIT'S 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 has been broadcast on Soundproof, ABC Radio National, 3RRR and FBi Radio.