Born in 1972 - Germany
Sigune Hamann’s work deals with the passing of time in the fixing of an image and the perception and recollection of events. In photographic film-strips she captures the dynamics of urban environments.
Her solo exhibition ‘In the name of’ at Durham Art Gallery (13 July to 6 October 2013) features a 56 metre film-strip installation. Recent projects include ‘wave’ (Wellcome Collections, London, 2012), ‘Whitehall’ (ISEA, Istanbul Biennale, 2011),’ Stillness and Movement’, (Tate Conference 2010), ‘the walking up and down bit’ BFI (2009), ‘undercurrent’ (Kunsthalle Mainz and Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2008).
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