Justin Hinder is an artist, curator and writer based in Melbourne. His practice investigates human movement and the decision making process. Having worked in community advocacy roles prior to commencing his artistic pursuits, his interest lays in combining daily normalities with ideals of pre-determined destiny and storytelling. Through his practice he explores ideas of satisfaction of self by focusing on the every day – acknowledging the cause and effect of idiosyncratic thoughts, decisions and actions.
Selected solo and group exhibitions include Tethered in the Shade, Rockies, Auckland, New Zealand, 2014; heaven-sent crumbs (with Sarah CrowEST), Utopian Slumps, Melbourne 2014; Draw Backs, Fort Delta, Melbourne, 2014; NO WERK, Trocadero, Melbourne, 2014; MOVEMENTS, C3 Contemporary, Melbourne, 2014; and A MILLION BUCKS a curated installation, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne, 2013.