Hunter’s installation practice is rooted in the relevance and aging of information, particularly within the socio-political and inherited space. She is interested in historical thresholds, regeneration, and the ways in which space and society interact, as well as how different media within art embrace different kinds of credence and notions of “reality”. Her work also touches upon ways in which visual culture is utilised in wider society, re-placing objects and forming archives in order to explore wider meaning.
After graduating from University College Falmouth in 2011, she was the emerging artist and Crescent Arts Centre for 2011/12, a recipient of the Production CCA grant at Centre for Contemporary Art, Derry-Londonderry in 2013, and a co-director of Platform Arts from 2012 until 2014. She was also the recipient of the Visual Artists Ireland/Digital Arts Studios award in 2014/15.
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