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Tammy Honey is an Australian artist who makes work about memory and place that oscillate between meta and social issues represented through painting, video art, and installation. Within this structure, she works in a method of long-term, ongoing series of works that address a particular thematic situated by works through collecting and translating data within her practice. 


She has exhibited and screened in numerous countries and venues including the TATE Modern, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, SCOPE Art Fair, and the Dundee Arts Centre, UK. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Tasmania and is represented in collections such as the ASAC collection, Venice Biennale, ERGAS Collection at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, Gippsland Art Gallery, and private in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Iceland, England, and Indonesia. 

Honey is represented by Studio Gallery Group in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane, Australia.


2004 Bachelor of Fine Art, Centre for the Arts, Hobart, University of Tasmania 

1996 Diploma of Art and Design, Central Metropolitan College of TAFE, Perth Campus, Western Australia



2023 Mapping Place, Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria

2022 96: Tammy Honey, FAC Artist in Residence, virtual gallery

2021  Baby, I'm Your Man, Digital Facade, Federation Square, Melbourne, Victoria

2019 Aesthetic Disruption, MARS Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria

2018 Spidergirl, Venice Contemporary Art Fair, Venice, Italy, NOIR Darkroom, Melbourne, Victoria

         Tammy Honey: iLandscape 2007-2018, Adelaide School of Art, Adelaide, South Australia 

         iLandscape, Cube 37, Frankston Art Centre, Victoria, Dark Space, Sawtooth ARI, Launceston, Tasmania

2003 Manchurian Remix, CAST Gallery, Level 2 screening room, Hobart, Tasmania

2001 Tall Stories, Gasworks Arts Park, Melbourne, Victoria


2023 Sydney Art Fair, Sydney, New South Wales

2022 Digital Aesthetic, Box Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria

         G Biennale 22 Metaverse, online, Melbourne, Victoria

2021 Christmas Exhibition, Small Works by the [MARS] Artists, MARS Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria

        Carried Landscapes, curated by Kim Collmer, Q18 Galerie, Quarter am Hafen, Cologne, Germany 

2019 Museum of Platitudes and Aphorisms - #4, c3 Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne, Victoria 

2018 Super Awful Meta War Machines, curated by Shaun Wilson, NOIR Darkroom, Melbourne, Victoria

         Creativity Persists, Seattle Centre on Contemporary Art, Seattle, USA

2017 Artefacts From 21st Century Humans, curated by Shaun Wilson, NOIR Darkroom, Melbourne, Victoria

2012 Placeness, 8th Berlin International Directors Lounge, Naherholung Sternchen, Berlin 

2011  Boom Boom, Knowledge Knowledge, ARS Upstairs, Napier Hotel, Melbourne, Victoria

2009 Figuring Landscapes, curated by Steven Ball, Catherine Ewes, Pat Hoffie, Danni Zuvela. TATE 

         Modern, London, UK, Artsway, New Forest, UK, Dundee, Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland, FACT Liverpool, UK, Vivid,                             Birmingham, UK Showroom, Sheffield, UK, 7th Hull International Short Film, UK, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, UK, Site Festival,                     Cinecity, UK, Brighton Film Festival Stroud Valley Artscape, UK Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, Ivan                                   Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, Australia, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia, eMerge Media Space, James Cook                                 University, Townsville, Australia, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia

         Perpetual Art Machine, University of Georgia Art Galleries, Athens Georgia, USA 

2008 Perpetual Art Machine, Utsikten Art Center, Utsikten, Norway, Charlotte and Phillip Hanes Art Gallery, Winston-Salem,

          USA, SCOPE Art Fair, Basel 

         The Mirror Stage, curated by Helene Black & Yiannis Colakides, Lanitis Foundation, Limassol, Cyprus 

         Neo Goth: Back in Black, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane, Athens Video Art Festival, Athens, Greece

2007 Australian Gothic, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth, Project Space, & Spare Room, Melbourne, Victoria 

         New Revelations, curated by Leon Marvell, Perth International Film Festival 2007, Spectrum Project Space, Perth, WA

         After Cinema, curated by Shaun Wilson, 4th Berlin International Directors Lounge, Scala Theatre, Berlin 

         Voyeur One, 69 Smith Street, Melbourne, Victoria

2006 Exposed, The Basement ARI, Friskas, Finland 

          Risk, Kings ARI, Melbourne, Downtown ARI, Adelaide 

2005 Vital Signs Conference, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Victoria

2004 Megastar MegaMart, guerilla public projections, Hobart, Tasmania 



2022 Corridors,  Online Artist in Residence, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Western Australia

2021  ACMI, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Victoria


2021  Like, Whatever, Exhibition and catalogue essay by Shaun Wilson,  Laminex, Bakers Road Entertainment ISBN: 978-0648955344

2018 Spider Girl, Exhibition and catalogue essay by Jessica Schwientek, NOIR Darkroom, CC BY-SA 3.0

2011   re-Imagine: Contemporary Art, book by L Chuy, Art Now International ISBN: 978-0982092132 

2008 Figuring Landscapes: artists’ moving image from Australia and the UK, Exhibition and catalogue essays by Catherine Elwes,                Steven Ball,  University of Arts London ISBN: 9781846380471

          Neo-Goth: Back in Black, Exhibition and Exhibition Catalogue, The University of Queensland Art Museum, ISBN: 9781864999167

2007 Australian Gothic: Video Art Now, Exhibition and essay by Shaun Wilson, RMIT University 

2006 Risk, Exhibition and catalogue essay, Kings ARI, Melbourne 



ASAC collection, Venice Biennale,  Venice, Italy

Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria, Australia

Ergas Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia

Private collections in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Iceland, England and Indonesia

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