Isabella Hone-Saunders is currently practicing as a curator, arts worker and artist in Narrm (so-called melbourne, australia), on the unceded lands and water ways of the Boonwurrung and Woiwurrung (Wurundjeri) people of the Kulin nation.
Her curatorial practice is concerned with accessibility, representation and shared social responsibility, while examining with criticality, the inclusivity of public art spaces. She aims to interrogate modes and implement methodologies towards an ethical and activist informed curation.
Hone-Saunders’ artistic practice most utilises movement, with the use of video as preferred medium, often centering her body as a focal figure. She aims to explore ideas of body idealisation, physicality, residual body-language, identity and embodied readings and representations of gender constructs.
In 2017 Bella Hone-Saunders completed her Masters of Art Curatorship at The University of Melbourne.
In 2016 she completed a Graduate Diploma in Art History at The University of Adelaide.
From 2013-2015 she completed a Bachelor of Arts, with a Major in History and a double Minor in Art and Visual Culture and English from the University of Adelaide.