Rebecca Hackemann is a British/American Artist, Mother and Professor, born in Karlsruhe, Germany who now lives near Kansas City. She is Associate Professor of Photography at Kansas State University. Hackemann was born and grew up in Germany in Lindau am Bodensee and has lived in London, San Francisco, New York and Philadelphia.
Her work consists of conceptual public art, socially engaged practice, stereo 3-D photography and alternative process photography. She is also a writer. Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at Klompching Gallery in New York (2022) and Museum für Photographie, Braunschweig (2021). She was a Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program fellow in New York, has received grants from NYC DOT and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in New York. Her work is represented in the collection of Light Work Syracuse, the MOMA artist book collection, Yaddo and many more. She has participated in prestigious international artist residencies such as Light Work, the Banff Center, Headlands Center for the Arts and Foundation Valparaiso and Yaddo