Simple pleasures like eating and drinking are the most pleasurable
Hannah Lees Simple pleasures like eating and drinking are the most pleasurable
An edition of three, ‘Simple pleasures like eating and drinking are the most pleasurable’ is made up of three elements, a glass mug, vegetable dyed napkin and a herbal teabag made with magical intent.
Hannah Lees’ work investigates ideas of cycles, constancy and mortality; the sense that things come to an end and the potential for new beginnings. This constancy, be it in religion, science, history or in organic matter, is visible in her practice through her attempts to make sense of and recognise traces of life.
Hannah Lees (b. 1983, Kent, UK) She completed a Post-Graduate Diploma at Chelsea College of Art, London, UK (2011) and completed a Foundry Residency at the Royal College of Art, London, UK (2012). Previous Exhibitions: Nicholas Kirkwood Presents Hannah Lees, Nichlas Kirkwood, London, UK (solo); Smoke, Reading Rooms, Melbourne, AUS (solo); The Trees That Yield, Whitstable Biennale, UK (solo); British Council UK/ID Exchange Residency, Bakudapan, ID; The Sleeping Procession, CASS Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, UK (group); The Turning of Existence into its Opposite, Kingsgate Project Space,London, UK (solo); Turner Contemporary & the British Museum Commission:Hannah Lees, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK (solo). Current & Forthcoming: Barnie’s Gallery, London, UK (solo); Rhapsodies, Brussels,
BE (group); Try To Be Better, London, UK (group).