Annie Hogan is an Australian photographic artist whose interests include interior architectural space and the containment of the body. She is a graduate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and exhibits nationally and internationally. Her images speak to ideas of power, built space, history and human experience through a tourist gaze. Underlying her investigations is a concern that the domestic interior is not only a container of time, but also a receptacle of past actions and energy, which may become imprinted and may be perceived to be active on the space long after its inhabitants' have departed. Annie Hogan is a visiting Assistant Professor at the Mason Gross School of Visual Arts at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.