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Hannah Babcock

Printmaker, installation

I am interested in the intersections of art, labor, and craft. I am drawn to making prints and sculptures because of how process-based they both are as mediums. I think of everything I make as small labors of love created through the acts of mark making, stitching, and casting.

This work is about how memory is physically embodied and engaged. Much of the work I’ve made in the past is predicated on my constant desire to preserve memory, and I wanted to explore that tendency more intentionally.

Lately, I’ve realized that the strong presence of my hand in my work is a response to the increasingly isolated and desensitized world that we inhabit, and my hope is that I can remind people of their own sensitivity and humanity through what I make. 

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