Hannah Boone ’16
Hannah’s practice explores the connections between painting, sculpture, and queer identity through interpreting the body as a rearrangeable object that gives and experiences pleasure in a framework of adult play. Digital modeling and 3D printing have allowed them to make collectible and wearable reproductions of their work in plastic. Their pieces exist as part of a chromatic and queer utopia. Body parts merge with food to create playful, fruity objects. The artist is excited about the fantastical possibilities of digital rendering and being able to squirt endless reproductions out of a machine.