Abbie Hart


My primary medium is photographic practice, bringing together traditional and alternative photographic techniques such as photo-emulsion or large format photography with contemporary and developing technologies, for example the application of code and raspberry pi technologies. Building one-of-a-kind cameras for the production of, and as part of my artworks is an important part of my practice, controlling the results and creation of the medium of production to finishing art piece.

A deep fascination with traditional photographic techniques is ingrained within my practice, creating nostalgic and visually challenging 2D print based media as well as photographic sculpture. Applying influences from psychological and scientific theorist such as Isaac Newton’s ‘Laws of motion’ and Jaques Lacan’s ‘mirror phase’, my work seeks to reflect upon my own history and experiences alongside exploring human interaction, within the context of therapeutic and autobiographical themes.



School of Arts and digital industries, UEL. MA, Fine art, 2018

Faculty of Education, CCCU. PGCET, 2015

School of Arts and digital industries, UEL. BA, Photography, 2012

Cultural and creative industries, Barking college. BTEC, Photography 2009



2018: Shutterhub open 2018, 5&33 gallery, Amsterdam

2018: (In)Visable, Espacio Gallery, London

2018: Shutterhub open 2018, Old Truman Brewery, London

2018: MA graduate show, AVA, University of East London

2018: Because we can, Festival p’ilours, France

2017: MA interim show, AVA, University of East London

2016: Photomasters, Truman Brewery, London, October

2015: The Other art fair, Victoria House, Holborn

2014: Parallax art fair, Chelsea Town hall

2013: Kill Your Darlings Cut-Up exhibition, Projected around London

2013: Saatchi Screen, Saatchi Gallery, London

2013: ‘Back in Black’, Cutlivate gallery in Vyner Street

2012: ‘On the wall’, Redchurch street gallery

2011: ‘Back in 10 minutes’, Free range art & design show 2011

2011: ‘Family’, Photomonth 2011, London

2010: Photomonth, Photofair 2010, London



2017: Trinity Buoy Wharf, UEL project space



2011: Freerange: best of, Amelia’s magazine

2011: Free Range 2011 Catalogue



2017: STEaM collaborative artwork award, shortlisted for award.