The relationship with the home and its interiors is the central theme of Hannah Brännström's sculptures and spatial interventions.
With a conviction that the home and the home's objects have an inherent ability to maintain structures and patterns, she processes, imitates and manipulates them to force them to talk about our individual perceptions of common spaces.
The artist believes that in the encounter with an environment, a surface or a piece of furniture, the structural can become visible. The works in the exhibition examine how the subject becomes visible in an object. What happens to us when we experience an expectation in the room, which is not in line with our individual will and our desires? With references to the theatre, she wishes to emphasise how our actions, experiences and feelings reflect the role of the individual within the collective, and how we then perform and act in relation to other roles.
Exhibited works, degree exhibition
Sweep, Casted and welded aluminium
Stage, Sculptured plaster, jute cloth, fabric, wood glue
Peek-a-boo, Curtain, polyester, varnish
Latest update: 2022-11-24