Monsters (solo exhibition)

Anna Pappas Gallery,Melbourne, Australia.

14th March - 26th April 2014.

Opening: March 14th 2014 6-8pm


Vertigo (Asialink group exhibition)

Curator: Claire Anna Watson


Exhibition dates and venues:

Indonesia: 20 March – 15 April 2014, Galeri Soemardja – Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung

Taiwan: 9 May – 8 June 2014, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Taipei

South Korea: August 2014, POSCO Art Gallery, Seoul



The 38th Alice Prize: National Contemporary Art Award

Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs

10th May 2014 - 9th Jun 2014.



Visual Artist Profile: Bonnie Lane is an online professional development resource for artists and arts educators working in all art forms.















Bonnie Lane
Born in Melbourne, 1986. Lives and works in Melbourne and Los Angeles.

Bonnie Lane is a video installation artist whose works commonly reveal a distorted romanticisation of childhood from the perspective of an adult. Fluctuating at times between sinister and transcendental, her works draw attention to the absurdity of all facets of life, from an existential perspective.

Bonnie has been the recipient of grants, awards and scholarships from organisations including the Australia Council for the Arts, National Association for the Visual Arts, and the City of Melbourne. She has participated in artist-in-residence programs in Norway, Portugal, South Korea and the USA. Her video installations have been exhibited nationally and internationally including in solo exhibitions Monsters, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 2014; Make Believe, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 2012; Present Memory, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne, 2012; Sleepless, Art Currents Institute, New York, 2012; and Into the Dark, an elaborate solo video installation exhibition spanning each of BUS Projects’ five exhibition spaces, Melbourne, 2011.

Other galleries where Bonnie has presented her work include the Seoul Museum of Art Nanji Gallery, Art-Athina, Athens; Atelier 35, Bucharest, Romania; 91mq Project Space, Berlin; YouYou Gallery, Guangzhou, China; Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, New York; Folken Space, Stavanger, Norway; Out in the Sticks Cultural Centre, Ontario; Kudos Gallery, Sydney; as well as the following galleries in Melbourne: Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Michael Koro Galleries, BLINDSIDE and The Substation.

Bonnie holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Victorian College of the Arts and a first-class Honours Degree from Monash University.

Bonnie Lane is represented by Anna Pappas Gallery.









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