Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1990, Australian multimedia artist Emily Hana explores the concept of light as a three dimensional material; Her work observes how light can affect our perception of and interaction with a space, and evoke a sense of nostalgia.


Within her current practice Hana explores themes of coming back to your body and healing after sexual and emotional trauma, facing yourself and learning to befriend these places of discomfort. Hana works predominantly with discarded and found objects to make sculptural canvases, taking unwanted and ugly things and giving them value as a process of reclaiming parts of herself that have been discarded or demonised over time.




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