British photographer Hannah Farrell, Born in 1990 currently lives and works in Manchester. Farrell’s work, born of frustration, merges together Image, nature and other materials to form subtle notions of nostalgia, sexuality, and stillness.
Farrell explains‘ It didn’t come from inspiration but from frustration. There is so much photography. Everywhere. How do you take a photograph that isn’t enforcing some sort of stereotype, or isn’t telling the viewer what to think? How do you take a photograph without it being boxed off into a genre? I allowed this frustration to fuel my process by printing photographs or taking them from magazines and physically moulding and reshaping them, combining them with other objects and adding more layers.’
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