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Lives & works in London

Hannah Morgan’s practice is sculptural installation. Addressing grief, acts of pilgrimage, and the radical potential of the subterranean as a speculative landscape. Working across audio/video, sculpture and text, she uses excavation as an entry point. Hannah examines geographic entangled states of matter and organisms within caves and mines across the UK.

In 2024, she continues a new iteration of her ongoing research series Animula (little soul), which looks at decay, grief and emergence in underground spaces. Morgan’s work considers the act of descent as transformation along a disused English Alabaster seam in Nottingham, with sculptures hand-carved from abandoned Alabaster, video footage of excavated terrain, and collected oral histories.

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