Rebecca Hackemann

Rebecca Hackemann is a British/German/American conceptual artist and writer, who works in a variety of media that are concerned with viewer interaction, perception and the construction of private and public space. She makes scially engaged public art, 3-D stereoscopic work, tintypes and works in other experimental media such as 3-D projection. She is a PhD candidate at Chelsea College of Art London and Assistant Professor of Photography at KSU. She lived for many years in New York, San Francisco and London, and has exhibited at the Whitney Museum, The Bemis Center for Art, Foley Gallery, Saatchi Gallery and Houston Center for Phtoography among many others. Her paper about the publicness of public art was published by LMJ MIT Press in 2018 (Dec).

Assistant Professor
Willard Hall Manhattan, United States
Focus area: Analog, Digital, Art History, Theory, Philosophy, Architecture, Urban Planning, Built Environment, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Public Art, Placemaking, Site Specific, Culture, Sociology