Sigune Hamann is an artist who deals with still and moving images. Her work encompasses photography and video in multi-disciplinary collaborations.

In photographs, videos, installations and online environments she explores the effects time and perception have on the construction of mental images. Hamann questions patterns that constitute time sequences and pictorial spaces in the process of seeing.

Formed by her previous experience of collaborations in the performing arts Hamann's sequential installations combine factual and fictional fragments. This encompasses hybrid media forms including photography, video, sound and performative elements.

Projects include film-strips (Durham Art Gallery 2013, ISEA, Istanbul Biennale 2011, Kunsthalle Mainz 2008, Gallery of Photography, Dublin 2008, Harris Museum, Preston 2005); wave (Wellcome Collections 2012), the walking up and down bit (BFI 2009) and Dinnerfor1 (British Council and transmediale Berlin 2005). Hamann curated the symposium Stillness and Movement for Tate Modern in 2010.

Born in Frankfurt am Main, Sigune Hamann graduated from the University of the Arts Berlin before completing an MA (distinction) at the Royal College of Art, London.

Hamann is a reader at the University of the Arts London.