University of Glasgow
Hannah Imlach is a visual artist working predominantly in sculpture and photography. Her transient and site-specific works respond to particular ecologies, exploring sites of environmental conservation and renewable energy transition. These projects are initiated and sustained by opportunities to work within communities of specialist environmental knowledge, including scientific research groups, conservation charities and community organisations. Her pieces focus on sensory interaction and are often foldable, faceted or kinetic.
Hannah is a practice research PhD candidate within Human Geography at the University of Glasgow exploring the potential for site-specific sculpture within the context of the RSPB Loch Lomond nature reserve. The project is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities.
Hannah is interested in multi and transdisciplinary collaboration relating to environmental research