Public Art > Sensing Sun (Hamilton Winterfest 2023)

Natalie Hunter
Sensing Sun
Colour photographs from 120mm negatives mounted in custom built light panels.

Sensing Sun is a unique photo-based light panel installation that explores shifting sensory experiences of light, colour, and motion as they affect Hamilton’s skies. Relying on the immaterial principles of photography - light and time - Natalie Hunter uses the sky as a subject to explore perceptions of time and memory. In Sensing Sun image, light, and colour create a durational encounter that speaks to the fluid, ever-unfolding experiences we share within the spaces that we dwell.

Hamilton Winterfest 2023 featured artist:

Natalie Hunter is from Hamilton, Ontario. She has shown her work in numerous exhibitions including: Rodman Hall Arts Centre, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Smokestack Gallery, Hamilton Supercrawl, University of Waterloo Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Windsor, Centre 3 for artistic + social practice, Factory Media Centre, Hamilton Artists Inc., Latcham Art Centre, Museum London, Propeller Art Gallery, John B. Aird Gallery, and the University of Manitoba School of Arts Gallery, among others. She is the recipient of several awards from Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts. Her work has been featured in Hamilton Arts and Letters, Femme Art Review, The Gathered Gallery, Other Peoples Pixels Blog, Canadian Journal of Culture Studies, and BlackFlash Magazine.

Special thanks to Smokestack Studios, Premiere Printing and Signs, Cobalt Connects, and the Hamilton Winterfest team.

Hamilton Winterfest 2023