British artist Hannah Collins (b. 1956) is known for her large unframed photographs that create immersive spatial experiences, and installations that involve film and sound. Her summer exhibition at Camden Arts Centre reveals Collins' capacity to convey the emotional and psychological aspects of spaces steeped in cultural and social history.
Hannah Collins studied at the Slade (1974-78) following which her career was established in the UK, with solo exhibitions at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham,1988; ICA London 1989; Chisenhale Gallery, London,1996; Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester, 1996; Contemporary Art Centre, Glasgow, 1996. Having spent many years living in Spain she is now again based in the UK. Collins was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1993.
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