Bronwyn Holloway-Smith

b. 1982

Bronwyn Holloway-Smith is a Wellington-based artist who works in a wide-range of media, specialising in cross-platform, trans-disciplinary installation practice. Her core research interests lie in new technologies and the futuristic ideals and challenges these inventions present. Recent work has examined and engaged with internet culture, 3-dimensional printing, open source art, and space colonisation.

Holloway-Smith graduated from Massey University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (First Class Honours) in 2006. She has shown at significant public and artist-run galleries nationwide and has works represented in both public and private art collections.

She is currently a prospective Fine Arts PhD candidate at Massey University College of Creative Arts.

Selected Exhibitions

Public Art Hunt, Artspace Aotearoa, Auckland

The Southern Cross Cable: A Tour (solo), City Gallery Wellington

It behooves wired people to know a few things about wires, Auckland Art Fair
Between Islands/Entre Islas, International Videoart Festival, Portugal, Mexico, Spain
To & Fro, Tauranga Art Gallery

National Contemporary Art Award, Waikato Museum, Hamilton
Aotea – It’s Our Fault Too, Te Whare Hēra Gallery, Wellington
The levelling of Puke Ahu, Enjoy Public Art Gallery offsite project, Puke Ahu, Wellington

Goodnight Kiwi or: Tonights broadcast has now ended, regular transmission will resume at 6:00am,, Italy
Te Ika-a-Akoranga, JWT Auckland

ikono On Air Festival, ikono TV, Berlin and online
New Zealand International Film Festival, Auckland & Wellington
Among the Machines: Australian and NZ Artists, Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Ghosts In The Form Of Gifts, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, Wellington
Welcome to Pioneer City (video), Air New Zealand in-flight entertainment programme

Fair Deal: Copyright, the Public Domain and Fair Dealing in the New Zealand Creative Sector, Museum of Modern Activity (MoMA), Wellington
Ménage à trois: Artist-run Spaces Exchange in the Asia-Pacific Region, XYZ Collective, (Tokyo)
TCB artinc., Melbourne, Oct 24 – Nov 10 2012
Social Interface, RAMP, Hamilton
Improbable Objects, What It Is, Chicago, USA
The Obstinate Object, City Gallery Wellington

Game On, Hastings City Art Gallery (solo), Soho Apartments, Wellington
Pioneer City (Billboard) (solo) Wellington
The Un-Sited, City Gallery Wellington