India Kenning has a multidisciplinary practice spanning from video, drawing and performance to sculptural interventions using natural elements of the Tasmanian environment. She works to cultivate caring relationships with nonhuman matter, with a sensitivity to her materials, creating fragments or micro-ecologies of place. Her current practice embraces an artistic attentiveness to the natural world that surrounds her living closely with nature in nipaluna, lutruwita (Tasmania, Australia).
Graduating a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts) at Adelaide College of the Arts in 2017, Kenning was selected to exhibit as part of the 2018 Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition where she received The MinterEllison Award recognising an emerging female artist with outstanding creative potential.
Kenning was awarded first class Honours from the University of Tasmania, School of Creative Arts and Media in 2019. In March 2020 India presented her first solo exhibition with Constance ARI in the subterranean corridors of Princes Park Magazine located in Battery Point, Hobart.