Hannah Rickards

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Hannah Rickards' meticulously researched and executed works explore the elusive landscape of perception and language. Her attention is particularly drawn to natural phenomena such as birdsong, thunder, mirage and the aurora borealis which she examines through spatial works that take the form of moving image and sound. Eluding categorisation, Rickards' work develops over years through rigorous research and deconstruction of her subject as part of her artistic practice. This is underpinned by the critical production of ideas located at the edge of cognition and experience. Modern Art Oxford brings together Rickards' important works to date, illuminating a set of ideas that are wide-reaching in their subject matter and highly intimate and microscopic in their detail.

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