Liz Hingley is a photographer and anthropologist born and raised in Birmingham, a UK city home to over 180 nationalities.
Her work explores the systems of belonging and belief that shape cities around the world. Liz is motivated by working collaboratively and creating connections between disciplines, cultures, eyes and minds. Currently Liz is artist in resident at the Digital Humanities department of King College London and lectures in photography at the University of West England.
She was previously a research fellow in The South Asia Institute at SOAS University and co-curated the exhibition and publication A Passage Through Passages (2020) at London’s Brunei Gallery.
She has also held artist in residence positions at The Migration Research Centre, University College London and within the department of Art History, University of Austin in Texas.Ê She is an Honorary Research Fellow at both the departments of Philosophy and Physics at The University of Birmingham, and the co-creator of PHYART, a platform for dialogue between artists and scientists.
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