Isabella Hone-Saunders (she/they) is currently practising as a curator, arts worker and artist in Naarm (so-called melbourne), on the unceded lands and waterways of the Boon Wurrung and Woi Wurrung (Wurundjeri) people of the Kulin nation. Their curatorial practice is concerned with accessibility, representation and shared social responsibility, while examining with criticality, the inclusivity of public art spaces. They aim to interrogate and implement methodologies towards an ethical and activist informed curation. The exhibitions and public outcomes that IHS curates endeavour to present multi-phonic positions and de-centralise any notion of an authoritative curatorial power position in favour of platforming and supporting and nurturing the artist’s perspective. In 2017 IHS completed a Master of Art Curatorship at The University of Melbourne. In 2016 they completed a Graduate Diploma in Art History at The University of Adelaide. From 2013-2015 they 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.