"Miranda Bellamy is an artist and filmmaker whose practice consists of sculpture, installation, video, photography, and works on paper. Bellamy’s art is technically proficient, intricately complex and highly refined. It has often investigated social fantasies, specific environments and the technologies that surround us. Her practice is currently recalibrating to explore personal narratives of becoming. Bellamy hails from Dunedin, New Zealand where she has worked and exhibited extensively. She has attended residencies and created projects internationally."
An adorned feminine hand delicately moves around the rim of a wine glass.
Subtle gestures and body language as the artist walks down the street.
A stoic response to the imminent threat of environmental uprising.
Follow a section of power line that carries electricity from Manapouri power station to the Tiwai point aluminium smelter.
The Hive Hums with Many Minds—Part 2
Part two of The Hive Hums with Many Minds, further reflections on the networked contents of our urban and globalised world.
Masons Screen: Xi Li
Masons Screen is a public screen for video art in Wellington's CBD. CIRCUIT curates the screen in collaboration with the Wellington City Council.
Party Political Broadcast
What vision do we have for Aotearoa's future? A collection of 8 new video works in the format of the televised party political broadcast.