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HANNAH DAWN HENDERSON

HANNAH DAWN HENDERSON
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About HANNAH DAWN HENDERSON

 

TITLE: Conversing with Lilith about ambiguities 

DIMENSIONS: 30 x 40 cm

MATERIAL: Graphite on paper (acid-free, wood-free, approximately 265gsm)

YEAR: 2020

BOTTOM PRICE: 150 euro

WORK DESCRIPTION: 

From the series ‘Inscriptions’. Self-portrait of the artist’s mouth and lower nose region, based on touch rather than sight.

ARTIST BIO: 

Hannah Dawn Henderson is a writer and artist, whose practice meditates upon moments when the body’s capacity to articulate its presence — not only in a linguistic or physical sense, but equally within a broader political and social framework — encounters limitations and is rendered vulnerable. These limitations can include structures that exist as much beyond the body — such as imposed codes of categorisation, mistranslations and cultural expectations — as within it, such as fatigue, amnesia, and trauma.

The work is unframed and would need to be framed by the the buyer.

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