LAURA HINDMARSH (b.1987) is an artist living and working between Australia & UK. Hindmarsh’s practice is loosely focused on the moving image but using interdisciplinary approaches from analogue film to performance, drawing and writing. With a specific interest in cinema and storytelling, Hindmarsh’s work unpacks conventions of representation as a way of negotiating influence and the construction of identity. Using the presence of the body and the voice – mediated by recording and playback technology – Hindmarsh explores subjectivity through remoteness, proximity and temporal dislocation. Recent exhibitions include: Bloomberg New Contemporaries (2019) South London Gallery, London; Practising Concerns (2019), Underpinning, Artlicks Weekend, London; Finding Focus (2018), Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival, Istanbul; John Fries Award (2018), University of New South Wales Galleries, Sydney and Playback (2018), Dobell Australian Drawing Biennale, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney.