Assistant Professor, PhotographyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
M.F.A.- Stanford University, CA, USA; Studio Art Practice. 1996
B.F.A.- University of Westminster, London, UK. 1994
Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program Fellow. 2000
Rebecca is a British conceptual artist who works in lens based and optical media, such as stereo photography, photographic phenakistiscopes, and in public art. She has exhibited internationally in London, England, Leiden, The Netherlands, and in New York (where she lived for many years), and San Francisco in the United States. Her practice challenges existing media categories, such as the flat photographic image on the wall. An interest in philosophy and theory influence the conception and themes contained within the works, which are concerned with issues of perception, the politics of representation, and the intersection between language and image, public and private.
Rebecca is completing studio art PhD at Chelsea College of Art. Recent research output includes a public art intervention entitled The Public Utteraton Machines (Utteraton.com),installed on pavements in New York's boroughs, as well as photographic works exhibited at The Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX.
Research interests: Photography Theory, Photographic Rhetorical Forms, Lacanian Psychoanalysis (non-clinical), Social Practice Photography, the role of the artist in society.
RECENT PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
JAWS, intellect journals, "About not Separating Art and Writing: The Unfinished Public Art Work that Studies Finished Public Art Work in New York”, peer reviewed paper authored by Rebecca (5000 words), 2014
Public 47 3-D Cinema and Beyond", intellect journals, Artist Portfolio: Cover, 15 photographs and 1 page artist statement, peer reviewed
E-flux Art & Education Papers, “Stuck Between Disciplines: Notes on Public Art Discourse in New York, 2012”, peer reviewed paper authored by Rebecca (8000 words), 2012
For more information, please visit: http://rebeccahackemann.com/publications.html