Hana Carpenter, 'Subterrain 2'
285 x 220 mm, acrylic and oil on board.
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In the Victorian era, the potential of photography and the newly discovered X-ray to visualise invisible phenomena influenced artists such as Edvard Munch and fuelled frenzied popular interest. Ectoplasm was the term given to the ethereal substance purportedly emitted from the body during a spiritualist trance, widely visualised through hoax photography.
Hana Carpenter is a New Zealander of Scottish, Irish and Danish descent, ngāi te Tiriti te iwi.
She lives in Te Awakairangi/Lower Hutt with her partner Samuel and their 4 children. Carpenter has been a finalist in the Wellington Regional Art Awards, the Walker and Hall Waiheke Art Awards, the NZ Painting and Printmaking Awards and the Wallace Awards. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Elam, Auckland University, and exhibits in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland and Pōneke/Wellington.
Hana has an exhibition scheduled with Depot Artspace for November 13th - 8th December 2021.