Harley Ives

Harley Ives

 

b. 1981 Penrith, Australia
Lives and works in Sydney, Australia

 

Harley Ives is a Sydney based artist. Working predominately with the moving image, his seamless video loops focus on the visual qualities of an image and are read more as a moving painting or visual score as opposed to any conventional narrative.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours Degree from the University of Western Sydney in 2002, Ives worked as a co-director of the artist-run initiative, Firstdraft Gallery, and curated several video art projects in Sydney. He completed a PhD at Sydney College of the Arts (2018) and is now teaching at the National Art School, Sydney. Recently Ives’ work was included in the ‘Caught Stealing’ exhibition at NAS and in October his new work will appear in the prestigious Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship at the Sydney College of the Arts Gallery.

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Artworks

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Education

2018
PhD at Sydney College of the Arts, Rozelle
2013
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours: class 1) 2003, University of Western Sydney, Penrith
2003
Bachelor of Fine Arts 2002, University of Western Sydney, Penrith

Awards

The Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship (finalist)
2013
Churchie National Emerging Art Award, Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane (finalist)
2012
Churchie National Emerging Art Award, Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane (finalist)
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Solo Exhibitions

2020
'Garlands For Youtube', Roslyn Oxley9, Sydney
2018
'Cloudbusting', Chalk Horse
2016
'The Painted Screen', Chalk Horse
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Group Exhibitions

2019
'Caught Stealing', National Art School Gallery, Sydney
Sydney Contemporary with Chalk Horse, Sydney
2014
'Tele Visions', RMIT. Melbourne. November
'Art Series', Janet Clayton Gallery. Sydney. March
'New Contemporaries' Sydney College of the Arts. Sydney. March
2013
'Tele Visions' Performance Space, Sydney
'Group Show', Bartley and Co, Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Carriage Works. Sydney. September
'Churchie Emerging Art Exhibition', Griffith University Art Gallery. Brisbane. July
'Out of this World', William Wright Artist Projects. Sydney. March
'Moving', Janet Clayton Gallery, Sydney
'Video Music', The Seagull Room, Sydney
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Curatorial Projects

Automated Artifact
Exhibited
Rocketart, Newcastle. April 2005
Video Nasty
Exhibited
VN 3. Firstdraft. Surry Hills, Sydney. July 2005
VN 2. Firstdraft. Surry Hills, Sydney. August 2004
VN 1. Firstdraft. Surry Hills, Sydney. March 2004
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