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Hannah Day

'I attain a different kind of beauty, achieve a symmetry by means of infinite discords, showing all the traces of the mind’s passage through the world; achieve in the end, some kind of whole made of shivering fragments; to me this seems the natural process; the flight of the mind...’ Vagina Woolf, (1990).

This portfolio presents a developing body of work evolving my own visual language of meaning-making through an ongoing accumulation of artworks, forming matter-scapes. These artworks utilise a transdisciplinary approach in the synthesis of multimodal pictorial and conceptual puzzles which build an open narrative by the design of fragmentary configurations. This narrative seeks to draw attention to the parent/child relationship and its transference into intimate adult relations and the development of the self.


Diffracted readings: An enquiry into feminist art/writing methodologies and ‘new materialist’ approaches towards the contemporary installation practice of Cathy Wilkes at La Biennale di Venezia 2019

Final year project

Transference: A journal of attachment


'20 ACS Materials Prize Award
'20 SANE Creative Awards scheme
'19 Performing in the Lithuanian Pavilion’s Sun and Sea (Marina), Venice
'19 Exhibited and curated an exhibition for FORMAT international photography festival, Derby
'19 Featured on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, National Radio
'19 Nominated for the Mind Awards


'14-'16 Junior art director for the documentary-film company ‘Wonder’ clients included; National Theatre Live, NHS and Erased Tapes Records.