Wara Bullôt is a photographer whose work encompasses the functionalities of our daily life. She often engages with architecture, landscapes, objects and products we all see around us in ways that may surprise and intrigue.
Her current research involves an investigation into the contemporary relationship between the built environment and the natural landscape. By examining the transformations of the land through human activity.
Wara is a passionate and a committed photographer who uses both digital and film photography as tools to uncover the everyday moments that suffuse her work.
Born 1989 in Bangkok, Thailand. Lives and work in Auckland, New Zealand.
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2015 Bachelor of Design (First Class Honours) , Photography, Massey University, Graduated as a Massey Scholar
Know Where, Contemporary Art@Tell, University St.Gallen, Switzerland
Know Where, 30Upstairs, Wellington
Exposure14, School of Fine Arts Massey University, Wellington
Here & Now, Re.Space, Wellington
Best Test, The Engine Room, Wellington
City Living, British Council, Dakar
City Living, World Museum, Liverpool
City Living, Old Truman Brewery, London
City Living, GLA London City Hall, London
three.zero.eight, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne
Open day Showcase, ICPP, Melbourne
awards, GRANTS & Recognition
Contemporary Art@Tell Third Edition, University of St. Gallen Switzerland, 2015
Massey Creative Arts Post Graduate Scholarship, Massey University, 2014
Achieving Career Excellence Awards, Massey University, 2014
High Achiever Recognition, Massey University, 2013 & 2014
NZIPP IRIS Professional Photography Awards Student/ Assistance- Bronze, 2012
Shoot Nations UK Best Overall Prize- Shortlisted, 2010
The Royal Commonwealth Photographic Society Awards- Shortlisted, 2010