‘Nosebleed (3)’ is the latest in a series of paintings focusing on nosebleeds in cinema - a nod to the body’s tendency for melodrama.
Hannah Wilson (b.1995) is a painter based in Glasgow whose practice focuses on the body; paying attention to the cinematic. Wilson’s figures take up space on the canvas through an (often uncomfortable) method of cropping. Often little is depicted but the paintings remain animated and hint at rich worlds beyond an initial reading.
Education: BA (Hons) Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, currently studying for an MFA at Glasgow School of Art.
Recent shows include ‘Five Hides’, ‘Anti-Freeze’, ‘Resolutions 2020’ and solo show ‘I don’t daydream anymore’.
Hannah will be showing new work in the group show ‘Nice Guys Live Forever’ at Hoxton Arches in May 2021.
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