Laura Hindmarsh is visual artist working between Australia and the UK. Her work is process led and often interrogates its own mechanisms of production to the point of exhaustion or collapse. Her practice is interdisciplinary and performative but often takes the form of moving image. Throughout her work Hindmarsh questions how normative epistemologies emerge by embodying, testing and layering existing modes of representation.

Laura Hindmarsh

Hindmarsh has exhibited at Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival (Hawick), Process Experimental Film Festival (Riga), Visual Bulk (Hobart), Photo Access (Canberra), Contact Festival of Experimental Film and Video (London), Cinemateket (Oslo), Contemporary Art Tasmania, Standard Practice (New York), Apiary Studios (London), Center for Contemporary Photography (Melbourne), Ve.Sch (Vienna), Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (Hobart), DARK MOFO (Hobart), Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (Launceston) and Perth Institute of Contemporary Art. She has undertaken residencies through Gorman Arts Centre (Canberra), Asialink (Kyoto), Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris), Bm:ukk in Residencie (Vienna), Big Fag Press (Sydney) and Contemporary Art Tasmania (Hobart).