Hannah Carroll is a visual artist and film photographer.
Hannah’s visual practice explores the juxtaposition, interaction and playfulness of colour, geometric shape and line. Exploration of form and colour combinations is omnipresent throughout her body of work. Linear forms and colour relationships produce a clarity that allows Hannah to work with a logical yet personal system of production. Her on-going body of work aims to bring a pop of minimal, well considered colour and shape into any space.
Hannah has been taking photographs on film since the age of seven, mainly on travels and explorations throughout her life. Film photography is a personal preference as it allows for a concise, slowed down approach to exploring architectural shapes and natural landscapes. Hannah’s film photography compliments her visual practice by balancing out geometric, structured shapes with minimal imagery.
Hannah holds a Masters of Art in Contemporary Curating. She has worked as a gallery assistant, curatorial assistant and curated an exhibition for Manchester (UK) Art Fair in association with Castlefield Gallery. Hannah has a particular interest in ‘spaces’ and how a work of art can inform a person’s perception and feeling within that environment; whether that be in a gallery, commercial or home environment.
Hannah currently lives and works in Duncan, BC, Canada.
2015 - 2016
Manchester School of Art - Masters in Contemporary Curating
2012 - 2015
Loughborough University, School of the Arts - BA (Hons) Fine Art
2011 - 2012
University for the Creative Arts, Farnham - Foundation Art and Design
University for the Creative Arts - UAL Level 3 Drawing Award
2020 - Centurion Cafe, Guelph, ON - June 2020 - ongoing (various works for sale)
2018 - Art on the Street 2018, Guelph, ON.
2015 - Free Range Graduates Show, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, UK.
2015 - Arts Degree Show, Loughborough University, School of the Arts
2014 - Paris Pop Up Exhibition, Loughborough University School of the Arts
2012 - UCA Foundation Exhibition, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
2021 - Northern Film Collective Magazine Volume I