Simple Pleasures Like Eating and Drinking are the Most Pleasurable

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A series of sculptures considering the idea of cycles and mortality through everyday objects.

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Hannah Lees Simple Pleasures Like Eating and Drinking are the Most Pleasurable

A series of sculptures considering the idea of cycles and mortality through everyday objects.

Consisting of three elements, Simple Pleasures Like Eating and Drinking are the Most Pleasurable is an edition of three sculptures made up of a glass mug, a vegetable dyed napkin and herbal tea-bag. The work sits within Hannah Lees’ interest in the idea of cycles, constancy and mortality.

Hannah Lees
Hannah Lees (b. 1983, Kent, UK) is a Margate-based artist. She holds a Post-Graduate Diploma from Chelsea College of Art, London, UK (2011) and completed a Foundry Residency at the Royal College of Art, London, UK (2012). Selected solo exhibitions include Nicholas Kirkwood Presents Hannah Lees, Nicholas Kirkwood, London, UK (2018); Smoke, Reading Rooms, Melbourne, AUS (2018); and The Trees That Yield, Whitstable Biennale, UK (2018). Group exhibitions include The Sleeping Procession, CASS Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, UK (2017) and forthcoming show Try to be Better, GALLERY, London, UK (2019). She’s completed the British Council UK/ID Exchange Residency, Bakudapan, ID (2018); and been awarded the Turner Contemporary & British Museum Commission, Margate, UK (2016).

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