Taking her starting point in language, narratives and mythologies, Hanna Wildow (b.1983) conducts exhaustive research works within which she initiates relations and forms collaborations. With a particular interest in the ways history is constructed, she looks at how voice, body and power can affect which stories that become approved of as knowledge. Mediums and material often relate directly to what is being investigated through playfulness and associative puns. With a desire for interspaces, breakages and gaps; she searches for warped spaces and errant narratives. Unfolding as performative inquiries; text, sound, printed matters, video and performances are brought together in spatial installations that convey unfamiliar experiences.
Wildow has a Master of Fine Art from Konstfack (2015) and her works have been shown at places such as Stripa Gallerirum, Something Else Off Biennale Kairo, hangmenProjects, ArkDes, Participant Inc. New York, Charles James Gallery Los Angeles and Human Resources Los Angeles. She has self-published two online-archives, has been published in publications such as Ordkonst, Haunt Journal of Art and Kritiker, and has received various scholarships, grants and residencies. She lives and works as an artist and a teacher in Stockholm.