Hannah Jenkins

Hannah Jenkins is an emerging arts writer and poet with a Masters in Curating and Cultural Leadership. Their practice considers how the internet and other technologies interact with and inform real life. Hannah's poetry can be found in Scum Mag and Ibis House, and arts writing can be found in UNSW's Framework, Junkee and Art Almanac.

Fragile Fantasy

Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer

By Hannah Jenkins — 3 May, 2019

The difference between light and truth: Photography captures light and shadow. The camera captures what’s there in front of it, so, for a time, photography was near synonymous with truth. Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer’s black and white photography tears apart this assumption with both clinical precision and grotesque abandon. His portraits and still lifes appear to show…

After Technology

Group Exhibition

By Hannah Jenkins — 15 March, 2019

A speculative review of the UTS Gallery group exhibition After Technology. Future anxieties are too much to process. The old narratives of human beings wielding technology are now obsolete. Instead, technology directs us:  we cultivate and obsess over it; it commercialises and consumes us. My head spins with political echo chambers and lag. I can…