BIANCA HESTER's recent projects and exhibitions include: Converging in time, (with Open Spatial Workshop), Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne (2017); Constellating bodies in temporary correspondence, exhibited during 'Endless Circulation', Tarrawarra Biennale of Art, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, Victoria (2016); movements materialising momentarily, ST PAUL St Gallery, Auckland (2015); Down City Streets (with the Space Place and Country research group 2015); Fashioning Discontinuities in You Imagine What You Desire: 19th Biennale of Sydney, Cockatoo Island, Sydney (2014); Hoops: sound tests, performances, documents in Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2013); only from the perspective of a viewer situated upon the surface of the earth does day and night occur, Glasgow International Festival for Visual Arts (2012); a world fully accessible by no living being, Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture, Federation Square, Mebourne (2011); please leave these windows open overnight to enable the fans to draw in cool air during the early hours of the morning,  Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2010); and projectprojects, The Showroom, London (2008).


Alongside exhibitions, Hester has developed numerous practice-led publications including: Sandstone (2020); A world fully inaccessible by no living being (2011) and Converging in time (2017), which was awarded the Museums Australia Publication Design Awards for major exhibition catalogue and the AAANZ Best University Art Catalogue in 2018. Hester is currently a senior lecturer in Art and Design and co-convenor of the Honours program at the University of New South Wales.