University of the Arts London
Sigune Hamann is an artist who deals with still and moving images. This encompasses hybrid media forms combining analogue and digital processes. She explores the effects of time and perception on the construction of mental images in photographs, videos, installations and internet works. Projects include: the online narrative nothingbutthetruth (2002); photographic film-strips (Harris Museum, Preston 2005, Gallery of Photography, Dublin 2008, Kunsthalle Mainz 2008, Salisbury Art Centre 2011) and the video installations Dinnerfor1 (British Council Berlin 2005) and the walking up and down bit (BFI 2009). Part of her ongoing project inspired by the gesture of waving, she is currently working on an installation showing at the Wellcome Collections later this year. Born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany Sigune Hamann graduated from the UdK Berlin, then RCA London and is a Senior Lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts, London.