‘Something in a space that moves and can move you’


Hannah is an artist.

In her daily doings, the University of Wollongong honours student normally exudes a sense of nonchalant hilarity. However, when it comes to discussing her artistic endeavours and opinions, Hannah’s character morphs into something far more serious and profound. She explained this phenomenon, saying that ‘talking about art is the only time when things get important’. Hannah is an artist.

Through practising in her proffered mediums, sculpture and animation, she has formed an intrinsic connection with the galleries which enable such works to be presented in the most compelling ways.

Hannah seems subdued when strolling though a gallery, but it’s actually when she is most alive.


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Hannah Gee – at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

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