Hannah Hallermann Tools and Tales for Transformation

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Texts by: Hannah Hallermann, Juliet Kothe, Ariadne von Schirach, Saskia Trebing Graphic Design: Catrin Roher German, English April 2022, 168 Pages, 177 Ills. Paperback 280mm x 220mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5210-7
| Devices for Social Transformation

In her multidisciplinary work, Berlin-based artist Hannah Hallermann combines clear, essential forms with complex social issues. She calls her sculptures, which often resemble abstract architectural elements or sports equipment, “Tools for Social Transformation”. They serve her as instruments for analyzing the present and establishing new parameters. In her first solo catalogue, her work is presented extensively and brought into an exchange with various narratives and text formats concerned with transformation.

HANNAH HALLERMANN (*1982, Nuremberg) lives and works in Berlin. She was awarded with the Stiftung Kunstfonds (2016, 2020), the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant (2020) and the Sonderstipendium des Landes Berlin (2020). Her work is part of the Sammlung Hoffmann and the Staatliche Kunstsammlung Dresden.