Hannah Fitz works in sculpture, representing familiar objects rendered in such a way that reveals its artifice. Rejecting sleekness, the objects instead seem awkward in their material form. Whether shaped as domestic or figurative sculptures the work is always an interaction with state of being watched.
Fitz graduated from NCAD in 2012 and the Städelschule in Frankfurt from (2017-2019).
Recent exhibitions include solo show OK, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland and Group shows; And the days run away like wild horses over the hills, Scoil Lorcaín, Seapoint, Ireland, (31 July – 7 August); I’m trying to explain, L21 Gallery, Mallorca, Spain, DISRUPTORS, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland and Tail and Heads, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania, (All 2019). Solo exhibition’s include Knock Knock, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin (2018); In The light of the Lamp, Gallery Three, Douglas Hyde, Dublin, Ireland and Doggy Eyed Stare, Studio 16 Temple Bar Gallery + studios, Dublin , Ireland (Both 2016). Group shows include The Way Things Go: An Homage, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland; Hannah Fitz, Aine McBride, Daniel Rios Rodriguez, Marcel Vidal, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (Both 2017). Bored with a hole, a two-person exhibition with Daniel Tuomey (2016); Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo, Broadstone Gallery and Studios, Dublin, Ireland (2016) and Still in Set, FLOORONEGALLERY, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin, Ireland (2013).