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'Exploring the creation of eulogies and the tension between oral histories and digital archives.

With particular reference to Western burial techniques, it investigates how this capitalist burial market contributes to human conditioning, dehumanizes death, causes the manifestation of anxiety and scars our neuroendocrinological functioning by shaping  our symbiotic lived experiences.

Influenced by socioeconomincal failings to provide inclusive agency , the artist is interested in the myths of debt and its 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.


Through installations & participatory performative acts, the artist investigates reclaiming tactility and intimacy when approaching remembrance, grief and burial culture.'

Member of disORDER Live Art Collective |

Alumni of the Black Hole Club residency

| | @blackholeclub

Royal College of Art graduate 2019

Hannah Taylor 2021

[ 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 ]

WestMidlands Open - New Art Gallery Walsall

The [ Hope ] Chest Video Installation

The West Midlands Open exhibition is an opportunity to celebrate the quality and diversity of the visual arts in the region and will take place at The New Art Gallery Walsall, in our spacious Floor 3 galleries.

20 May – 25 September 2022


Do Digital Profiles Dream of Death ] - Under different stars

Supported by @blackholeclub under the season 'Under different stars'

A co-presentation of independent research led practises; Hannah Mary, Demelza Woodbridge & Emily Scarrott provide a discursive space to encounter discourses, centred around creating agency in the cleansing of our physical and digital ghosts.​

23rd November 2019

Disorder Vol 3

Performance of [ Do digital profiles dream of death ? ]

Disorders Vol. 3 is the third in a series of collective exhibitions by Disorder Live Art collective featuring international artists working both individually and collaboratively, exploring the potential for the live action to re-think physical and conceptual exchanges in non-linear space and to disrupt traditional notions of spectatorship and participation in public art.

The event is produced in-kind support from Ugly Duck. November 08, 2019

Disorder Live Art Festival

Disorder Live Art Festival Wolverhampton. Opening Day at Wolverhampton Art Gallery (artists in order of appearance) Nigel Rolfe, Demelza Toy Toy, Noe Iwai, Antonis Maros, Hannah Mary, Panicattack Duo. The festival opening at @wolvesartandculture featured the work of Master Graduates from the Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths University of London. July 05, 2019


April 06, 2019

TedX Wolverhampton

TEDX talk Wolverhampton on 'Regeneration through culture'In 2019, TEDxWolverhampton explored how we can be mindful of these gaps and determine ways to build bridges, close the distance between our communities and fill the void in our knowledge and understanding to ultimately create a better world. April 2019

Black Hole Club Residency Meet the Artists | Vivid Projects

The launch of Black Hole Club 2019, featuring a new cohort of 19 artists working across technology, film, sound and performance based practices.  March 1st 2019

disORDER disorders | Live Art evening at Studio 9294.

Performance evening by collective disORDER. A group of Goldsmiths and Royal College of Art MA Graduates. February 27, 2019

Hundred Years Gallery Nights #10 : as the rain that has lain long in the furrow

An evening of Live Art at Hundred Years Gallery. February 22, 2019

Two Coins For The Ferryman

Solo show at Brick and Mortar Projects | Folkestone. February 09, 2019

Bureaucracy and Growth: London South Gallery New contemporaries

In collaboration with Panic Attack during New Contemporaries

A death mask workshop and discussion exploring the way we care for and bury our dead in a capitalist reality. January 05, 2019

The Great Divide | Ovada Gallery

Performing 'Ripe' for Performance Art Assembly at Ovada Galleries exhibition 'The Great Divide'.Curated by Tommy Watkins. October 05, 2018

The Dry Womb performance installation – Stryx Digbeth, Solo show

A performance installation of ‘The Dry Womb’, a solo show consisting of sculpture, photography, video art and performance for Digbeth First Friday. June 1st, 2018

Bath Arts Fringe Festival

Performance of ‘Curiously down beneath’ at the exhibition ‘This Temporary Matter’ for Bath Arts Fringe festival. May 25th, 2018

Uppsala 'REVOLVE' Performance Art festival – Sweden

Performing with Performance pathway students from Royal College of Art at International Performance Festival in Uppsala Sweden. Curated by Gustaf Broms. May 19, 2018

'Presence' @ Wandsworth Fringe Festival

Presenting an interpretation of 'Presence' as a live piece on the opening evening of Art Lacuna's and Agora Arts Circles, 'Missing element' exhibition in collaboration with Wandsworth Fringe Festival. Curated by Roshi Khakban. May 10, 2018

Live PT1 @Gateway Studio Royal College of Art

Performance evening of current, graduate and PHD' students of Performance Pathway studies.​ April 24, 2018

Workshop for MFA curation students at GoldSmiths University

Showcased a piece of performance work for the curational students at GoldSmiths for their development and discussion of performative curation. November 17th, 2017

Stryx Gallery: Soup Artist Residency for 3 months – Birmingham

Arts council funded Artist Residency for 3 months at Stryx Gallery Birmingham. This includes 3 Digbeth first Friday openings, 2 performance installation, two workshops with the public in relation to my practice, one to one artist development with Ikon Curator and events manager and a tour to 4 other galleries in the midlands with my work. May 01, 2017

Synaesthetics@ Asylum Art Gallery

The synaesthetics of space, in relation to the body, explored through colour and manifesting in the physical, the flesh. Hannah Taylor and Emily Scarrott.

'Ripe' performance installation @ Asylum Art Gallery

Performance and Video installation by HM. November 13, 2015



2017-2019 : Royal College of Art

MA: Contemporary art practice: Performance pathway.


2010 – 2013: Aberystwyth University.

BA Drama & Theatre joint with Performance studies (2:1 Hons).

Residencies | Commissions:

May 2020-July 2020:

'Fragments', 'Creative Connections' project commissioned by Creative black country.

Covid-19 video and graphic response.

Nov 2019:

Solo installation | supported by Blackhole clubs 'Under different stars'. Vivid projects


Jan 2019 -Dec 2019:

Black Hole club artist residency | Vivid projects | Live art and moving image based. development program.

May 2017 - November 2017:

Stryx Slow Cooker Artist Residency 

Studio residency and 3 touring  group shows

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