Hannah has an interest in the creative relationships between art and science. Her practice explores ways of visualising and communicating climate change through installation, film, photography and painting. Hannah was awarded a MullenLowe NOVA award in July 2017 for her on-going project What Goes Around Comes Around. The project is the outcome of collaboration with the Government Office for Science in response to their 2016 annual report on waste.
2015 – 2017
Central Saint Martins, MA Art and Science, Distinction
2002 – 2003
Middlesex University, MSc Multimedia Applications Development
1997 – 2000
Central Saint Martins, BA Hons Arts and Design (Media Pathway)
1996 – 1997
Trowbridge College, National Diploma in Foundation Art and Design
Cosmic Perspectives – Lumen, Ugly Duck, London
Monochrome, Biscuit Factory, London
Emerging Artists - An Edit, 45 Park Lane, London
London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London
Cryptic 2017 – Art and Science, Crypt Gallery, London
Imagining CERN, CSM Window Gallery, London
CSM x CMS: Entangled, Four Corners Gallery, London
Third Matter, MA Art and Science Degree Show, Central Saint Martins, London
Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, London
Tracing Wastelands, The Depot, London
CSM Postgraduate Art Auction, Lethaby Gallery, London
Cryptic, The Crypt Gallery, London
Our Laughter Will Drown Your Sorrows, The Laundry, London
Awards, Residencies and Talks
Making In Transit Phase II – The Arctic Circle, presentation given at The Cube London.
The Arctic Circle, Svalbard – to further develop my own project and a collaborative art and science project with Kings College London investigating the impact of microplastics on the environment and on human health.
MullenLowe NOVA Award, Runner Up
Government Office for Science – group collaboration focusing on the Government Chief Scientific Advisor’s report From Waste Resource to Productivity. My photographs were used to illustrate the report.