Eugene Hansen

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  • Eugene Hansen has been practicing and exhibiting professionally for over twenty years. He trained as a sculptor in the late eighties and early nineties at Canterbury University, Christchurch, NZ, and gained an MFA through RMIT, Melbourne. His multimedia, often collaborative installations frequently include audio and video performances, and his use of audio and video is as much about the physical properties of the materials as their metaphoric, symbolic or narrative potential.
    Gillam and Hansen collaboratively develop art projects which investigate the socio-politics of ecology within a broader framework of urban neurosis and its manifestations in popular culture.

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