Fine Art

Hannah Gill

My creative practice has been influenced by highly concentrated research into the ever-growing epidemic of sexual abuse and the findings behind the Harvey Weinstein case as well as many others that with hold a powerful position in society. With this supportive conceptual foundation, I have been able to establish a body of artwork that investigates the impacts these ‘influences’ have on survivors of sexual abuse with particular focus on the sinister aspect of death. With influences as diverse as Ana Mendieta’s “Untitled (Rape Scene)” and Jen Brockman’s “What Were You Wearing?” exhibition, new tensions are created from explicit and implicit layers. The wavering phenomena of sexual abuse has become distorted through emergent and academic practice leaving the viewer with a tribute into the darkness of our world.

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