Hannah Hallam-Eames

Artist      New Zealand     Residency Period: November 2017 to February 2018.

Hannah Hallam-Eames is a Wellington-based artist who graduated with a Bachelor in Fine Arts (Hons) from Massey University College of Creative Arts, New Zealand in 2014. Recent exhibitions include Static Culture (2017) Play_station Space, Wellington, NZ (Solo exhibition), Spilled Brains/Synthetic circuits (2016), Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington, NZ (Solo); I think a lot about how I killed them (2016), RM, Auckland, NZ (Solo); Laminal interfaces (2016), Window Gallery, Auckland University, NZ, Online; BLAST! (2015-2016), Digital Arts Festival, ASIA NOW, in partnership with K11 Art Museum Shanghai and Flatmind, Paris, and Palermo, Italy; As a Lattice (2015) Toi Poneke, Wellington, NZ (Solo).

Spilled brains/Synthetic circuits, Enjoy Public art Gallery, 2016. Detail: Electric mofilled with ash on bathroom tiles. Also a video of drone footage from the burning and ash collection of the trees

Burning #1 (still) RM Gallery and Enjoy Public art Gallery, 2016. Detail: video of drone footage from the burning and ash collection of the trees