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Hannah Johnston
Hannah Johnson’s work centres around the concept of architectural space and the way architecture creates/separates space(s) and controls/assists its user in the experience of space. Her work mostly features architectural elements, brought together in compositions that are both representational of spaces and separate spaces themselves. There is often a strong sense of geometry in the work and a stripped down, minimal aesthetic that is reminiscent of modernist and constructivist architecture and art, showing its influence on her practice.

Digital technology is a vessel to help bring these ideas into fruition and often the method used in generating and printing previous works. However, other times digital technology simply becomes a cog in the process of translating hand-drawn plans and assisting in the making of a sculptural work. The digital realm and virtual ‘construction site’ is again something which has fed her practice from the beginning, and as an artist she continues to move back and forth between the physical and the virtual, presenting final works that seem to exist between the two.
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Fragments (Close Up)
A response to Holding the Light #2 by Marcus Young, which shows an image of a bubble held in a moment of tension. The bubble's essence is captured in sculptural form, for example its curved structure and iridescent surface. For a brief moment the bubble transforms into a three-dimensional sphere...
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Fragments
A response to Holding the Light #2 by Marcus Young, which shows an image of a bubble held in a moment of tension. The bubble's essence is captured in sculptural form, for example its curved structure and iridescent surface. For a brief moment the bubble transforms into a three-dimensional sphere...
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