Hannah Hughes (b. 1975) is an artist working with collage and moving image. She graduated from the University of Brighton in 1997 and has since exhibited in the UK and internationally.
Her work has been included in the exhibitions: 'Shapely', CSA Space, (2011); ‘In The Future We Will All Be Modern’, Arcadia Missa, London (2014); ‘A5’, LUBOMIROV EASTON/ Platform Projects at Art Athina in Athens (2014 & 2015); 'Where One Form Began Another Ended', The Bakery Gallery, Vancouver (2016); The Pie Factory, Margate, 2017; and 'These Fingers Read Sideways', Fettes College, Edinburgh, (2018). Her work was recently on view in 'Concealer' at Copeland Gallery, London as part of the 2018 Peckham 24 Festival, curated by Tom Lovelace; ‘The Momentum’ at Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, curated by Saturation Point, 2018; and ‘A Romance of Many Dimensions’ at Sid Motion Gallery, 2018. She exhibited at the 2019 Format Festival, Derby in the exhibition ‘The Office of Revised Futures’.
A specially produced series of risograph works are included in an experimental publication curated by Rodrigo Orrantia 'Material Immaterial' launching in 2019. Her work has been published in the FT Weekend Magazine, AnOther.com, the RPS Journal, Trebuchet, and the British Journal of Photography.