Examining the interplay between digital technology and art, Camille Hannah invites tactile participation through her gestural abstraction paintings. Her work pays homage to art history and the evolution of digital technologies, amalgamating interactivity and visual tactility born from the frame of technology.
Hannah presents viewers with a unique insight into the contradictions of touch and vision in her work, exploring the paradox of “seeing, but not touching” art and our reliance on screen technology to interact with digital artwork.
Camille Hannah graduated with a Master of Fine Art (Research) in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in 2010 from the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, where she was the recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Scholarship Award. She has shown internationally in Venice, Milan, London and Hong Kong, as well as in Melbourne and Sydney. Her work is held in important public and corporate collections, as well as private collections throughout Australia and Europe.