Gill Hedley

Curator & Contemporary Art Consultant

Archive 2019

Gill Hedley speaking at Site Gallery, Sheffield, in 2006

© Gill Hedley

Last updated 12 Apr 2019

Gill Hedley is an independent curator, writer and consultant on contemporary visual arts. This is an archive of projects, exhibitions, events and news she has been involved with. These stories are re-used elsewhere on the site as notes Divided by year - please use the menu below:

Solo show of recent work by Sigune Hamann at:
The Barn Gallery, Kendrew Quad, St John’s College,
St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JP, 12-6pm daily.

picture of Lorrice

Sigune Hamann's website (www)
→ more about the exhibition Did You Spot the Gorilla?
summary of Sigune Hamann's work across this site

Sigune Hamann’s work tests our attention and perception. Much of Did You Spot The Gorilla? - including the film-strip with the same title - was developed during her residency in the Department of Experimental Psychology in response to the work of neuroscientist Kia Nobre. Artist and scientist share a curiosity in how our memories and expectations shape what we see.

In the show, images are split then re-assembled into new interchanging narratives: an installation of photographic figure-like cylinders; an immersive 30 metre panoramic film-strip from the demonstration last autumn for a second referendum; Freshers, a series of 100 photographs of first meetings and social interaction; Fair’s Fair, artist’s books that explore, like the cylinders, looking, meeting and dealing at Frieze Art Fair.

Sigune Hamann is an artist living and practicing in London since 1990. She is Reader in Art and Media Practice at the University of the Arts, Camberwell College of Arts.


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