Hannah Ferreira is a British-Trinidadian artist based in West Yorkshire, England.

Her work focuses on location, memory and nationality; in particular, the assembly of experiences that form a hybrid identity as a result of migration. These experiences of disparate locations and culture, between Trinidad and England, compete for recognition within her own memory. These memories coalesce; a blur between truth, ‘fantasy, narrative and myth’ which, as sociologist Stuart Hall describes, defines the construction of a cultural identity.

Exhibitions

Ruskin MFA Degree Show. 21-26 June 2019. Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University.

Friends of South Square. 3 August-2 September 2018. South Square Gallery, Thornton.

Ones to Watch. 3 March-15 April 2018. Sunny Bank Mills Gallery, Leeds

SIX. 13th October - 4 November 2017. King St Studios, Lancaster.

Surplus. 16 June-14 July 2017. 49 Darley St Studios, Bradford.

53 More Things To Do in Zero Gravity.  20-27 June 2017. Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster.

Room With a View. 13-17 March 2017. The Storey Gallery, Lancaster.

RE|CREATION. 7-14 October 2016. View Two Gallery, Liverpool.

Publications

Looking at Painting. Vol 3

 

Education

2018-2019 MFA Fine Art. Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University.

2014 - 2017. BA(hons) Fine Art. Lancaster University. 

2012-2013. Foundation Diploma in Art and Design. Leeds College of Art