Ross Hammond

is an artist working and residing in London and the south coast.

And is Resident Director and Meeting Chair of Working Class Creatives Database (WCCD).

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Ross Hammond


is an artist working and residing in London and the South Coast.

And is Resident Director and Meeting Chair of Working Class Creatives Database (WCCD).

Email
ross_hammond@outlook.com
Instagram
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The Empty House : Narcissus Field

(2021)

Video Installation

Exhibited at Superfluous, Old Kent Road

View Online Exhibtion here.



Knock Knack Run

(2020)

Video, 5 mins, 49 secs,




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Fancy a Cup of Tea

(2019)

Video Installation,
Mixed Media, 6 minutes

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Sir Uncle Georgy 

(2019)

Performance 

Video link



Tut-Tut Shhhh

(2019)

Performance

Part of a evening of moving image and performances at Seventeen Gallery called Penny Dreadful. 

Discription

Tut-tut Shhhh was an unsolicited interruption at an art film night, I act as an outside observer commenting on the previous videos shown, comparing it to going to the cinema as a child with my mother. I then start to tell an anecdote about a time I went to the theatre, booking tickets for my mum’s birthday while at art school, in an attempt to impress her with my new learned knowledge. I sit amongst the audience as I speak about the equitqute required in the theatre space, many that my mother is not aware of. As the evening goes on I tell of my increased emabarrasment as she falls foal of these unwritten rules, for example bringing her own sweets, this leads me to turn into a monster of meritocracy. Through interacting with the audience I play with classic pantomime expressions of call and response, directed by me but eventually taken over by them, as the performance goes on.