Explore Hannah Gason’s exhibition Interval through this album of installation images. Photographed by Rob Little.
Canberra-based glass artist, Hannah Gason makes works which capture, modulate and grade the available light. Her wall-mounted assemblages layer translucent colour and abstract markings, reorganising the light they absorb, with results that are paradoxically a structuring and a de-structuring of an image that is at once concrete and intangible. Shadows signal the presence of the object and paradoxically underscore its fleeting immateriality and reliance on light. Similarly, Gason’s small sculptural towers constructed with folds of cut glass achieve a wholeness only when the radiant shadows they cast come into view.
“Hannah Gason’s work takes us to a quiet place where the noise of the world outside, though present, is absent. In the process of making she strives for a centredness – peaceful, yet robust. With each new group of works, she pushes further towards this goal, while recognising and accepting that the goal continues to be fluid and essentially unattainable.” Helen Maxwell
Hannah Gason graduated from the ANU School of Art in 2015 with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Glass) with First Class Honours and a University Medal.
Interval is guest curated by Helen Maxwell.
This exhibition has been generously supported by the Drill Hall Gallery Patrons Circle.