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Amias Hanley is an artist currently living on Wurundjeri Country in Melbourne, Australia. Their practice uses sound and media to explore relations among queer ecologies, attunement, situatedness and speculative practices. Engaging forms of performance, installation and collaboration, Amias' work is interested in audition as an affective practice and the possibilities of sound and technology to support and alter the sonic expressions of humans and more-than-humans.


Recently, their work has been presented by Ars Electronica, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (MESS), Liquid Architecture, The Substation, Disclaimer Journal, Speak Percussion, Avantwhatever Festival, Trocadero Art Space, Unlikely Journal for Creative Arts, Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival, Mapping Melbourne and The Design Hub.

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