BA (Hons) Fine Art
Hannah Boyce is a multi-discipline artist whose work has previously engaged in ideas about: domesticity, nature and the manmade, raw and natural materials. She has been interested in the contrast of these materials and their subject, exploring the boundaries between art and design and specifically playing with form and function. Boyce’s work is often mixed media and experiments with illustration, print, textiles, sculpture and installation.
Boyce’s most recent project started with an interest in the Japanese ideals of Wabi-Sabi, and used this as a way to experiment with natural dying, eco printing and found objects. Since then the project has evolved into installation work that examines the feelings evoked by arranging objects in an abstract way. For example, joy, serenity, unease, love or anger, this can be seen in the work ‘Domesticity in Isolation’.