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$3,300 AUD

Code: ASGTH1401

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Acer I'

Medium: Glass

Size: (HxWxD) - 27x11x11cm

Year: 2014

The lens magnifies the object in the way in which natural history opens up an understanding of the globe. I aim to provide a representation of our obsession with collecting, categorizing and preserving the world around us. This work is a dialogue about the ongoing acquisition, preservation and dissemination of knowledge.

$1,500 AUD

Code:  ASGTH0801

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Anatomy I'

Size: (HxWxD) - 28.5x24.5x10cm

Year: 2008

The fluidity of the glass mirrors the fluctuating nature of the body. The state of the body is perpetually in flux, with fluids constantly being pumped around the body and cells dying and regenerating. My work reflects a need to understand the anatomical structure and space of the body. The fragmented, segmented body is significant in the field of anatomy and relevant to my work. The medical gaze maps the interior body, the once invisible and unchartered.
$1,500 AUD

Code:  ASGTH0803

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Anatomy V'

Medium: Glass

Size: (HxWxD) - 36.5x11x10cm

Year: 2008

The fluidity of the glass mirrors the fluctuating nature of the body. The state of the body is perpetually in flux, with fluids constantly being pumped around the body and cells dying and regenerating. My work reflects a need to understand the anatomical structure and space of the body. The fragmented, segmented body is significant in the field of anatomy and relevant to my work. The medical gaze maps the interior body, the once invisible and unchartered.

$1,500 AUD

Code: ASGTH0906

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Anatomy VII'

Medium: Glass

Size: (HxWxD) - 26x22.5x11cm

Year: 2009

The fluidity of the glass mirrors the fluctuating nature of the body. The state of the body is perpetually in flux, with fluids constantly being pumped around the body and cells dying and regenerating. My work reflects a need to understand the anatomical structure and space of the body. The fragmented, segmented body is significant in the field of anatomy and relevant to my work. The medical gaze maps the interior body, the once invisible and unchartered. 

$2,000 AUD

Code: ASGTH20002

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Anatomy X'

Size: (HxWxD) - 25x19x9cm

Year: 2020

 

The fluidity of the glass mirrors the fluctuating nature of the body. The state of the body is perpetually in flux, with fluids constantly being pumped around the body and cells dying and regenerating. My work reflects a need to understand the anatomical structure and space of the body. The fragmented, segmented body is significant in the field of anatomy and relevant to my work. The medical gaze maps the interior body, the once invisible and unchartered.

 

$2,000 AUD

Code: ASGTH20002

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Anatomy XI'

Size: (HxWxD) - 33x16x10cm

Year: 2020

 

The fluidity of the glass mirrors the fluctuating nature of the body. The state of the body is perpetually in flux, with fluids constantly being pumped around the body and cells dying and regenerating. My work reflects a need to understand the anatomical structure and space of the body. The fragmented, segmented body is significant in the field of anatomy and relevant to my work. The medical gaze maps the interior body, the once invisible and unchartered.

 

$2,000 AUD

Code: ASGTH20003

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Anatomy XII'

Size: (HxWxD) - 25x22x9cm

Year: 2020

 

The fluidity of the glass mirrors the fluctuating nature of the body. The state of the body is perpetually in flux, with fluids constantly being pumped around the body and cells dying and regenerating. My work reflects a need to understand the anatomical structure and space of the body. The fragmented, segmented body is significant in the field of anatomy and relevant to my work. The medical gaze maps the interior body, the once invisible and unchartered.

 

$1,500 AUD

 

Code: ASGTH1607

Artist: Tegan Hamilton

Title: 'Cardio IX'

Medium: Glass

Size: (HxWxD) -14x12.5x10cm

Year: 2016

By presenting an organ, a fragmentation of the body, the viewer is given a sculpture to examine and decode which gives them another perspective of their own bodies.

Enormous amounts of scientific research and funding have been contributed towards the preservation and maintenance of the human organism. We are at a time in which our society must dedicate as much energy, thought and resources into the greater organism, our planet. This is the heart of the matter.

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