Yvette Hamilton portrait courtesy of Bee Elton
Yvette Hamilton is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the evolving medium of photography and vision in the current post-photographic era. Working with photography, video, programming, installation and interactivity, she combines early photographic techniques with post-photographic methodology to create new conditions for looking at the act of ‘seeing’.
She is a sessional lecturer in the Bachelor of Photography degree at UTS and a current PhD candidate at the University of Sydney. Yvette’s work has been shown in Australia and overseas in exhibitions at venues such as Pingyao International Festival of Photography, Lewisham Arthouse London, Perth Centre for Photography, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney. She has been a finalist in the Josephine Ulrick & Winn Schubert Award, the Paramor Prize, the Fishers Ghost Art Prize, the Meroogal Women’s Art Prize, the Grace Cossington Smith Award, the Iris Award and was the winner of the Sydney College of the Arts winner of the Dominik Mersch Gallery Award and a recipient of an Australia Council Artstart grant.