“Her projects include work in the former Eastern Bloc, with gypsy communities in Barcelona and in a remote village during a Russian winter, as well as other lengthy involvements in wide-ranging locations. All of these, through Collins’ work, create a broad canvas on which to contemplate the human condition.” (http://www.blackdogonline.com/art/finding,-transmitting,-receiving.html)
“Within photography, I used to love James Fenton’s work. I liked his wall pictures and things on shelves, because they were so plastic and so present. I liked Diane Arbus because she presented you with a different range of emotional possibilities. I never liked the idea that you would go into a gallery and see rows of pictures in frames on walls. So, no support, no frame, no anything – just a nail in the wall and that was it.” Hannah Collins (http://www.studiointernational.com/index.php/hannah-collins-interview-camden-arts-centre-noah-purifoy)
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