Claus, Hannah

Hannah Claus, reflections on time and space through material production iii, 2019.

Numéro de lot : 

6
reflections on time and space through material production iii

En dialogue avec la collection Premiers Peuples du Musée McCord de Montréal, cette impression numérique est extraite d’une série d’épreuves photographiques sur lesquelles les détails d’objets perlés se reflètent, se renversent et se multiplient pour exprimer de nouvelles façons de voir ou de comprendre le temps et l’espace. Le processus de création de l’image répond au processus et au design du perlage. La surcouche de formes circulaires offre une autre épaisseur de sens par laquelle aborder et complexifier le rythme de ces relations inhérentes.

Impression numérique sur papier texturé Entrada,
  • 2019
26,04 x 121,92 cm |
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Valeur estimée : 

4 300 $

Hannah Claus examines relationships with memory, space, and time through material exploration in her visual art practice, which reflects her Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) and English heritage. Often integrating a collaborative approach into her projects, she highlights the importance of process through repetition and accumulation to express an Indigenous perspective or method. She graduated from the University of Ottawa, the Ontario College of Art and Design, and Concordia University (MFA). She has exhibited widely across Canada, as well as in Switzerland, Germany, Mexico, Chile, and the United States. Recently artist-in-residence at the McCord Museum in Montréal, Claus has upcoming exhibitions at the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa) and the Koffler Gallery (Toronto). As a 2019 Eiteljorg Fellow, she will exhibit newly commissioned works in the Eiteljorg Fellows Exhibition (Indianapolis) this fall. Her artworks are in private and public collections, such as the National Gallery of Canada, the Canada Council Art Bank, the Royal Bank of Canada, the City of Montréal, and Global Affairs Canada. She is a member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ontario) and has been living and working in Tiohtià:ke [Montréal] since 2001.