Heimlich and Freshers (Re-lation)
Photographic installations by Sigune Hamann Free display, Gallery 51
Throughout the week, photographic work by artist Sigune Hamann, Reader in Art and Media Practice at the University of the Arts, London will be on display in the Museum. In Gallery 51 on the second floor, her series of landscape photographs ‘Heimlich’ hangs alongside the Ashmolean’s collection of small oil landscapes. On the Chantrey Stairs, between the ground floor and the second floor, are images from her current collaboration with the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, ‘Freshers (Re-lation)’.
Wednesday 15 March
Looking and perceiving in the Ashmolean With Sigune Hamann, artist 11am – 1pm, meet in Gallery 21 at 10.50am Artist Sigune Hamann leads a walking conversation through the Ashmolean’s paintings collection and her own photographic work, temporarily installed in the galleries, addressing questions of how and what we see, and the ways in which our perception of images can be transformed according to how we look at them. This event is limited to 12 participants. Booking essential. https://tickets.ox.ac.uk/WebStore/shop/ViewItems.aspx?CG=ash&C=SpecEvents