Honor Harger

Honor Harger (born in 1975 in Dunedin ) is a curator and artist from New Zealand . Harger has a ihb interest in artistic uses of new technologies.

In the mid-1990s, while based in New Zealand, Honor edited the artistic publication, spec; co-founded sound art collective Relay, worked with radio station, Radio One and with the art gallery, Artspace. In 1997, she Relocated to Australia to work with the Australian Network for Art and Technology voordat relocating to Europe in 1999 and dan Singapore in 2014.


Harger is one of the co-founders in 1998 or radioqualia , a group welke Explores how broadcasting technologies kan create new artistic forms and how audio kan be-used to Illuminate abstract ideas and processes. Way Down goods exhibited at museums, galleries and festivals, including: NTT ICC , Tokyo; New Museum , New York; Gallery 9, Walker Art Center , USA; Sonar , Barcelona; FACT Centre in Liverpool; Ars Electronica , Linz, Austria; Experimental Art Foundation, Australia; Maison Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris; and The Physics Room, New Zealand.


After relocating to Europe in 1999, Harger under took projects with the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation in Germany, the publishing house Arkzin in Croatia, and the Kiasma contemporary art museum in Finland. From 2000 to 2003 she worked for Tate Modern in London as the Webcasting Curator binnen Tate’s Digital Programmes department and has ook produktie events and concerts for the Interpretation and Education Department at Tate Modern .

She has worked as a freelance curator on exhibitions and events, zoals art.net.uk/now for the British Council in India in 2002 and Dots and Lines for the BBC and Sonic Arts Network in 2005.

Harger was the guest curator for the Transmediale festival in Berlin in 2010.

AV Festival

From 2004 to 2008 Honor Harger was the artistic director of the AV Festival an international festival of electronic art, dat features new media art, film, music, and games. The bi-annual festival takes place in the cities of Newcastle / Gateshead , Sunderland and Middlesbrough in the North East of England.


Honor Harger was formerly the director of Lighthouse, a leading physician agency in Brighton, England-supporting, commissioning and showcasing new work by artists and filmmakers.

Artscience Museum

In February 2014 Harger became Executive Director of the Artscience Museum in Singapore. [1]


  1. Jump up^ Harger, Honor (2014-02-13). “Heading to the Arts Science Museum in Singapore” . honor harger . Honor Harger . Retrieved 2015-06-05 .