lives and works in Australia
Anna Horne is exploring materiality, process, and the transience of the physical world through the field of sculpture. Horne’s work references the domestic and architectural space by utilising both industrial and commonplace materials. Through experimentation in the studio, she re-examines and plays with the order of functional materials within the context of contemporary sculpture. The artist employs methods of casting and assemblage whilst combining structural materials like concrete, floor vinyl and styrofoam with found items such as beach balls, plastic bags and wine sacks to create sculptures exploring tension, contradiction and balance. Through the forces and oppositions in Anna Horne’s art practice, she produces sculptures contending between light and heavy, soft and hard, familiar and strange.
Anna Horne is a graduate of Adelaide Central School of Art (2008). In 2017 she was a Churchie Emerging art prize finalist and the winner of the Tatiara Contemporary art prize. Exhibitions include: Between the lines, Gachang Art Space, South Korea (2016); Light Weight Heavy, BUS Projects (2016) and Fontanelle (2015); Peculiar Familiar, Australian Experimental Art Foundation (2015); Turning it inside out, Contemporary Art Centre of SA Project Space (2010) and Recall, Firstdraft (2013).
Anna Horne has presented public art works in temporary projects including FELTnatural ephemeral public art project (2014); Arts SA Sculpture Hire Program, State Administration building (2014) and Ibidem: CACSA public art project, Adelaide Festival Centre (2012).
Residencies include: Gachang Art Studio, South Korea, (Asialink 2016); Sanskriti Kendra, New Delhi, India, supported by Helpmann Academy (2013); and Artspace, Sydney (2012) and Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris (2018).