RESEARCH + PRACTICE
Hannah’s research to date explores the way in which display and placement affect our interpretation of objects in space. She is fascinated by the gallery and how we can shift modes of display to allow the viewer to become an active participant of and within the work. Her exploration is motivated by the curious potentiality of matter and the relationships between the objects, their placement and the spectator.
She uses publication as a site for experimentation with graphics in which the work can exist as an exhibition outside the gallery walls. Her projects have been guided by the impossibility to control values attributed to objects in space. Hannah uses her ongoing visual research matter/material to align it with theoretical dialogue to draw out new notions and concepts for future understandings of space.