Kate Hammersley Flows Film Still 1 Artist Residency University of Oxford Arts Council England } ?>
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Flows (Film Still) 6.5 minutes. Left hand image filmed using a high-speed camera at 1000 frames per second in the Thermofluids Laboratory University of Oxford…

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Kate Hammersley is the first artist-in-residence at the University of Oxford Department of Engineering Science (supported by Arts Council England). She worked alongside hypersonics research…

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Detail of a 9.3 metre helium balloon drawing, ink on watercolour paper. Supported by Arts Council England.

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Ink, platinum metalpoint drawing, pastel and gouache on watercolour paper. University of Oxford Department of Engineering Science Collection. On 19th March 2018 the artist observed…

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Ink on watercolour paper University of Oxford Department of Engineering Science Collection On 19th March 2018 the artist observed a live test from the Thermofluids…

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Flows (Film Still) 6.5 minutes. Left hand image filmed using a high-speed camera at 1000 frames per second in the Thermofluids Laboratory University of Oxford…

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Part of an ongoing worldwide series of text installations photographed in situ, text cut out of local newspapers.

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Charcoal and charcoal pencil on paper, 120 x 150cm This work considers animal migration routes inspired by being artist-in-residence at the Booth Museum of Natural…

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Charcoal, charcoal pencil and gold paint on cotton, 120 x 150cm

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Sticks collected during a thunderstorm, thistle seed heads, soot based ink

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