Ham Darroch is an Australian artist working in sculpture, performance and drawing. His sculptures are created from existing objects which are altered and redirected using colour to reveal new meanings. His paintings are inspired by the action of everyday objects. His imagery is universal evoking shared histories and experiences, place and perception while revealing a deep sensitivity to the optical effects of geometric colour. In early 2006, he completed an MFA (research) COFA University of New South Wales and in 1997 a Bachlor of Arts from Australian National University. From 2006 he worked as an assistant to Bridget Riley.