Hannah Hudson


July 6 – Aug. 15  2013


Hannah Hudson’s Nonspace directs our eyeballs past the materials of  the gallery – into peepholes that cut through its walls and through time, out of the current moment (or reflecting on the current moment from a place out of time) and into uncertain places that might be, or might have been.  Our vision is transported into and out of rooms – these are spaces that have been lived in, they are glimpses of time spent.  The work consists of an idea of memory, a catalogue of images as our substance, as much as it does the physical stuff in the gallery.
I am interested in exploring interior and exterior spaces along with the changing perceptions of actuality through viewing boxes with peepholes.
The idea of existing in a specific moment in a place and then existing again in the same place becomes very important – also examining the relationships created between seeing and reading when text is introduced to a space. The interaction involves both the commonalities and contrasts between seeing and reading that occur when a viewer experiences the text. The space dictates how the text changes depending on how the viewer might move through it.
Hannah Hudson earned her BS in Art Administration from the University of Tampa and her MFA in Intermedia from The University of Texas at Arlington. Her work mainly utilizes sculpture, printmaking, photography, text, and installation. She has been shown in numerous galleries and experimental spaces in the Dallas area.
link: http://www.hannahhudsonart.com/

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