Hannah Rowan works with a wide range of materials, forming intricate connections between diverse elements in a fluid process. Her sculptural works often incorporate water, playing on its fluidity in relation to the more solid components. The works contemplate the relationship between the slow geological time of natural processes and the fast paced, technology-driven frenetic activity of humans. Alchemy, astronomy and geology are continued sources of inspiration.
Hannah Rowan received her Masters in Sculpture from Royal College of Art, London (2018) and her BA (hons) in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, London (2012). Recent exhibitions include Prima Materia (solo), Assembly Point, London (2019), Becoming Lithocene, Walter Phillips Satellite Space, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Alberta, Canada (2019) and Bodies of Water: Age of Fluidity (solo), White Crypt, London (2018). In June 2019 she will be part of the Arctic Circle: Arts and Sciences Residency in Svalbard.