ABOUT

RIFT the MA Art and Science class of 201

Hannah is a multidisciplinary and intersectional artist whose practice sits between the subjects of art and science. Hannah finds new ways to link the two through collaborations and partnerships with artists and scientists. Hannah works with creative practitioners such as singers, musicians, visual artists and scientists to help to create a library of creative responses to contemporary scientific research.
Hannah focuses on the process of scientific discovery from a historical context by looking behind the data and researching narratives linked to scientific advancement. Areas of exploration include what the stars are made of, the sounds of cosmos and climate change.
Hannah is currently based in London, UK. 

EDUCATION

2017 - 2019 - MA Art and Science - Central Saint Martins
2007 -2010 - Ba (Hons) Fine Art - Kingston University London
2006-2007 - Foundation diploma in Art and Deign - Maidstone UCA

EXHIBITIONS (selected)

2022
Planet - Art in Space 

2021 
D-Contemporary Inspire 2021 
Literary Lunar - Moon Village Association 

2020
AI-Art- Lebenson Gallery 
Hannah Pratt | Jupiter 70 Victoria Street
The Colour of Starlight - 44 Hallam Street
TRANSIENT - ArtCan (virtual exhibition) 

2019                                                                              
Counter | Balance - ArtCan - Trinity Art Gallery
Through the Looking Glass - Lumen Studios.
Way of Seeing - Deptford Does Art
Camberwell Arts festival - Lumberjack Coffee 
"RIFT" MA Art and Science degree show
ArtCan "Elevate" Duff and Phelps, The Shard
ArtCan "New Horizons" - Lumen Crypt gallery, St John on Bethnal Green
Falling Stars // Stella Cadenti // Lumen Residency 2018 - The Crypt Gallery Euston
                
2018
"Astronimia, Art E Religione" Lumen Residency 2018 - Atina, Italy
"Cosmic Perspectives" - Lumen Studios  - Ugly Duck, 49 Tanner St, London
"Changing Expectations" - The Royal Society 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London
                    
2017
ArtCan "Appearance of" A&D Gallery - 51 Chiltern St, Marylebone   
ArtCan "Somewhere in Between" - The Exhibtionist Hotel              

2016
What is the point? "At this Point in Time" Scottish arts club  
What is the point?- What did you expect? Hille & Zotova Gallery Amsterdam        
Chin Up 2016                                                                                                                   ​

2015
"What is the point?" The Mall Galleries
Parallax Art Fair Old Chelsea Town Hall, London

2014
21 Artists and OVERHE(a)R(e) Aplomb Gallery Chicago Illinois
"Geometric Psychedelic" Flaxon Ptootch Kentish Town                                                          

Full exhibition CV here

SOLO

"Hannah Pratt | Jupiter" 70 Victoria Street
“LUNER” UAL 272 High Holborn
"Art at the Lumberjack" - Lumberjack Coffee

RESIDENCIES

Artist in residence - Planet 
The Colour of Starlight - 44 Hallam Street
Lumen Residency, Atina Italy 

CURATED

"Hannah Pratt | Jupiter" 70 Victoria Street
“LUNER” UAL 272 High Holborn 
“RIFT” MA Art and Science Degree show 
"New Horizons" - Lumen Cyrpy Gallery, St John on Bethnal Green 
"CSM Post Graduate Auction 2018" - The Lethaby Gallery 
"Cosmic Perspectives" - Lumen Studios  - Ugly Duck, 49 Tanner St, London 
“Art at the Lumberjack” Lumberjack Coffee 

 

COLLABORATIONS

Lebenson Gallery Artist 

ArtCan - Membership director and advisory committee member 

Made in the Arts Artist 

Ongoing partnership with artist Kira Pheonix K'inan

London Laser Talks series - MA Art and Science take over

Art at CMS - CERN, Geneva                                                                        

The Science Museum - Technologies of Romance Symposium                   

The Royal Society 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London                               

Biochemical Society and Ma Art and Science workshop                              

Lumen Studios - "Cosmic Perspectives" - Ugly Duck, 49 Tanner St, London            

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Solo Exhibition - Hannah Pratt | Jupiter 2021

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