MFA Art & Humanities

Joanne Hall

Through investigations into the act of looking, as well as the ever shifting nature of our perceptions, I have been creating work that focuses on uncertainty, exploration, and the process of discovery. Exploring the interrelationship between humanity and the natural world, with a particular emphasis on geological forces and movements, I have been investigating the relationships between materiality and forces. Translated to a human scale, where interaction between hand and material creates a parallel with the movement of the earth below, the micro mimicking the macro, creating relationships and connections that extend through space. This act is bound up in a constant shifting back and forth between conscious and unconscious, knowledge and ignorance, the known and the unknown. It is in these in-between states that the emphasis of my work lies, where imagination and perception are enfolded into one another to create an interrelational understanding of nature as a meaningful whole.

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