Kramer O’Neill
Photographer

Kramer O’Neill was born in the US state of Maine, raised in Massachusetts, and spent the rest of his time in Brooklyn, Berlin and, now, Paris. In addition to compulsively taking photos, he shoots, animates and edits images that move. He is also a member of the strange.rs collective, and self-publishes books and zines whenever he gets the opportunity.

He is a member of Fragment Photo Collective.

Kramer O’Neill
Photographer

Kramer O’Neill was born in the US state of Maine, raised in Massachusetts, and spent the rest of his time in Brooklyn, Berlin and, now, Paris. In addition to compulsively taking photos, he shoots, animates and edits images that move. He is also a member of the strange.rs collective, and self-publishes books and zines whenever he gets the opportunity.

He is a member of Fragment Photo Collective.

  • How we remember tomorrow
    Feb 13 – Jun 15, 2024
    University of Queensland Art Museum
    Brisbane, Australia
    How we remember tomorrow celebrates storytelling across generations, through oceans and waterways and transcending eras and perspectives. Featured artists understand the watery spaces of our planet as ancestral archives: sources of knowledge that carry stories and cultural practices. Alongside their kin, they honour intergenerational narratives that are disseminated along ocean currents despite ongoing colonial legacies of forced displacement, homeland dispossession, indenture and the loss or dormancy of vital cultural practices. (more…)
  • Tongues of Fire
    Feb 22 – May 5, 2024
    Kunsthall Trondheim
    Trondheim, Norway
    In response to our home building’s former life as a fire station, and Trondheim’s history as a city shaped by blazes whose traces are still present in its design today, this group exhibition brings together artists who have been deeply touched and transformed through the challenges manifest in the burnt and burning. Hailing from diverse generations and backgrounds, these individuals converge to explore how flames have served as agents of change across time and space. (more…)