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Robin Hungerford

b. 1982

Robin Hungerford was born in Sydney in 1982. He completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at the University of Western Sydney in 2006 and a Masters of Visual Arts in sculpture at Sydney University in 2010. Hungerford’s work utilises a diverse range of media and techniques including performance, papier-mâché, drawing, video, kinetic installations and, on occasion, live insects and animals. Hungerford is particularly interested in the way in which technology shapes our culture, the perception of the world around us as well as the interior world of our own bodies.

Birth place
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Period of activity 
from 2005
Other works 

Mice, 60min Video, 2004
Three Seat Sofa
, 60min video, 2004
Test Audience
, Live installation with crickets, Video cameras, microphones and projectors, 2006
The World is Open Wide, Dual screen video installation with Sculpture, 2010
The Fix
, 9 minute hd video, 2011
Shamanic Organic
, 9 minute hd video, 2011

Other solo exhibitions 

Selected exhibitions include: Let the Healing Begin, IMA, Brisbane (2011); I Don’t Think You Appreciate the Gravity of our Situation, Locksmith, Sydney, Phantom Limbs, Serial Space, Sydney, Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship, Artspace, Sydney, Electro-projections, Electrofringe, Newcastle (2010); Large Hadron Collider, Solo show, Dead Space SCA Gallery, Sydney (2009); Battlefeel, Mori Gallery, Sydney (2008); Hyperthermia, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Multiple Personality, Group Show, MOP Projects, Sydney (2007); Long Shot, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown, Litmus, Group Show, Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Windsor, What Form Would A Life Take? MOP Projects, Sydney, Hatched 06, National Graduate Show, PICA, Perth (2006); Don’t Look Now, Scott Donovan Gallery, Sydney (2005).