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Hamish Dunlop is a New Zealand born artist and researcher based in Sydney, Australia. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree (research) from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree (Philosophy and Computer Science) from Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.


Hamish lectures in Art Theory and Design across UNSW Art & Design and Australian Catholic University in Sydney. His research interests include cross-disciplinary research collaboration with the arts and emerging technologies; hacker/maker culture; art, health and care; speculative design; object design; teaching innovation and teaching excellence.


He utilises an extensive range of material methods, technology competencies and mediums in his artistic practice and practice-based research to explore the themes of care, community, climate and mental health. Engaging with these real world issues though his practice reflects Hamish’s belief in the potential art and design has to improve people’s lives.


Hamish can be contacted at: h.dunlop@unsw.edu.au or hamishdunlop@hotmail.com.