HANNAH ROWAN lives and works in London, UK. She makes sculptural works that meditate on the relationship between the slow geological time of natural processes and the fast paced, technology-driven frenetic activity of humans. She received her Masters in Sculpture from Royal College of Art London and her BA (hons) in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, London. She has attended residencies at The Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden; The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity; The Vermont Studio Centre, Johnson; and The Wassaic Project. She is recipient of the Gilbert Bayes Scholarship in Sculpture (2018) and the Arts Council England Grants for the Arts (2017) for her research in the Atacama Desert.
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