Hannah Jean Moulds Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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Working predominately with sculpture and installation, my practice explores interior architectural space and narrative.

Working predominately with sculpture and installation, my practice explores interior architectural space and narrative. I work with fabric, and recycled objects, manipulating them in and around negative space. I try and guide the viewer with a narrative; influencing their experience through short fictional texts that personify the sculptures. The idea of other beings is fascinating to me; the thing that you see in the corner of your eye or the shadowy masses in the dark after the lights have been switched off. I am intrigued by biomorphic strangeness, of the existence of the different and the unfamiliar. The plush sculptures I make do not sit on plinths, but interact with their environment, often absorbing furniture or sprawling from unexpected spaces. I like to choose domestic or typically ignored spaces, as this idea of something foreign coming in and invading creates unease.

Artwork

The Unnameables, Installation, 2018

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Unloved Objects , Textile, 2019

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DrawingInstallationPhotographySculpture
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