Hannah Stratford

I am an artist who explores tactility and interaction through the convergence of material and form. Often incorporating themes of humour, tacit erotism and the juvenile, I hope to incite a sense of familiarity and dissociation of the human form and condition through my work. I am a multidisciplinary artist who's practice flows in between physical sculpture and installation, writing and digital formats. Doing so in a fluid and pragmatic way helps inform my final outcomes with critical context, as I explore narratives through a range of mediums before finalising a work. I hope to continue as

a practicing artist in Bristol, alongside the opportunity of starting a small creative business that I have been awarded through the UWE Enterprise Scholarship scheme. While doing so, I will continue to seek work in Bristol's diverse creative industry to support the sector and my own creative ventures.

Oh NO ! I've Dropped my Ice Cream Cone !

Print Chicken wire, Modroc, plaster, acrylic, PVA glue

Running Tummy

121 x 35 x 40cm Chicken Wire, Modroc, acrylic paint, welded steel

Sweet Dreams in Mud and Rubble

digital collage, found images, personal images, 2021 sculpture

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To Put Your Hands Inside Yourself

This is an extended text that exists alongside the physical body of my work. Please note that there are themes of a sexual nature so please do not continue if this is triggering to you.


160 x 110 x 70cm chicken wire, modroc, fine casting plaster, acrylic paint, welded steel

K(not) Knitting Machine

K(not) Knitting Machine 1.1 x 3.4 x 0.7m Chicken wire, Modroc, plaster, acrylic paint, found objects, expanding foam, fringe, rope, wood

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