'Realized in live art and installations, the practise explores physical trauma, neurosis and catharsis through public engagement in the act of ritual.
Currently, the research has ventured into questioning the ethics behind Western burial techniques and how this specific capitalist burial market dehumanises death and causes anxiety.
Most recent works explore the relationship between humans within death and investigate who is responsible to care for the dead. It critiques the questionable notion of debt possessing the power to keep a soul from being released or transcended and what this means in a digital age where agency is taken away from our personal information and digital mourning, digital ghosts and virtual embalming are becoming embedded within our understanding of grief and remembrance.'
A permanent member of disORDER Live Art Collective
Currently a member of the Black Hole Club residency
Hannah Taylor 2019
C o m p e t e n c i e s a n d P e r f o r m a n c e s
2017-2019 : Royal College of Art
MA Contemporary art practice: Performance
2010 – 2013: Aberystwyth University.
BA Drama & Theatre joint with Performance studies (2:1 Hons).