Jenny Gillam is an artist and academic based in Wellington, New Zealand.
Her exhibition practice investigates visual constructs of the socio-politics of ecology (such as the domestic garden and the relationship of animals and leisure) within a broader framework of urban neurosis and its manifestations in popular culture. Her installation practice includes elements of photography, audio, moving image, as well as observing living organisms within the gallery. She often works in series of exhibitions which allows her to extend a particular set of ideas, sometimes in a site specific manner, often produced collaboratively, with other artists or with researchers from another field.


Jenny Gillam is an artist and academic based in Wellington, New Zealand.
Her exhibition practice investigates visual constructs of the socio-politics of ecology (such as the domestic garden and the relationship of animals and leisure) within a broader framework of urban neurosis and its manifestations in popular culture. Her installation practice includes elements of photography, audio, moving image, as well as observing living organisms within the gallery. She often works in series of exhibitions which allows her to extend a particular set of ideas, sometimes in a site specific manner, often produced collaboratively, with other artists or with researchers from another field.