Queer, Autistic PhD Researcher & Maker
Art Jewellery & Inhabitable Sculptures Blending the Spaces Between Species
Next Conference Appearance
2023 International Multispecies Methods Research Symposium: Intuitive Interspecies Communication
May 8th - 12th, School of Environment and Sustainability,
Recipient of a Northern Bridge Consortium Full Doctoral Studentship Award
Association of Contemporary Jewellers' 2020 Graduate Award Winner Recipient of multiple Arts Council NI SIAP Awards
Existing Betwixt Jewellery & Site Installation.
Watch it made. In the 'About' "film" section above.
2020 The Ancients Series. No.4
THE VULNERABLE BLAMED: Pangolin
The vulnerable are often blamed for the abuse they suffer.
Pangolins, the planet's most trafficked animal, and listed as a vulnerable species, were unfairly blamed for interspecies transmission of the Covid-19 virus early in the pandemic.
Pangolins were neither responsible, nor complicit in humans eating them.
Those with power rarely use it wisely and escape justice by deflecting blame.
Here, the Ancient Pangolin in me offers protection when I am vulnerable.
The 4th in a projected series of 12 Ancients. Each a different facet of the artist.
Textile, leather, polystyrene, polymer clay & resin.
Watch the making of the Pangolin in the ‘Film’ section of the ‘About’ pull-down menu.
©2020 Inga Hamilton. Photography: Andrew Hamilton
THE VULNERABLE BLAMED: Pangolin, cower
THE VULNERABLE BLAMED: Pangolin, hold.
THE VULNERABLE BLAMED: Pangolin, front. Test Shoot.
THE VULNERABLE BLAMED: Pangolin, side. Test Shoot.
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Creating on the island of Ireland, exhibiting worldwide.