Hannah Dawn Henderson

Hannah Dawn Henderson is an artist and writer.

Hannah Dawn Henderson (Livingston, Scotland | 1991) is based between The Hague, Amsterdam, and Manchester (UK). She has participated in exhibitions and projects internationally, including venues such as Ambika P3 (London, UK), W139 (Amsterdam, NL), Art Rotterdam (NL), Haus N Athens (GR), Kunstvlaai (Amsterdam, NL), and the Wilberforce Institute (Kingston-upon-Hull, UK). Her filmic and other time-based works have been featured in festivals including Moves: International Festival of Movement on Screen (UK), And What? Queer Arts Festival (London, UK), Experiments in Cinema (Albuquerque, US), and the International Film Festival Rotterdam. Amongst these are projects that have been supported by Stroom Den Haag, Amsterdam Funds for Art, the James Reckitt Library Trust, UK Arts Council and Mondriaan Fund.

Her texts have been published in the UK and The Netherlands, and have been featured in collaborative performance events, seminars and readings hosted by De Appel's archive (Amsterdam), Het Nieuwe Instituut (Rotterdam), Kunstcentrum Stroom (The Hague), Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen with PrintRoom (Rotterdam), Het Gemaal op Zuid (Rotterdam) and PuntWG (Amsterdam).

As of January 2020, Hannah Dawn is a resident artist at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam. In mid 2020, she co-founded the artist collective Notes on Hapticity in The Hague.

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