Artist Profile

Erika Lynne Hanson

Visual Artist Fellow (2013)

Studio Resident (2010-2012)

Artboards (2011)

Exhibitions/Performances (2011)

Installation, Sculpture, Textiles, Video
Statement of Work

Erika Lynne Hanson is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator whose work is rooted in textile practices. Currently Assistant Professor of Fibers/Socially Engaged Practices at Arizona State University, Hanson received her MFA from California College of the Arts in 2010. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at Field Projects in New York, The Alice in Seattle, and the Tucson Museum of Art.

Additionally, Hanson has participated in residency programs such as The Icelandic Textile Center, and The Wrangell Mountain Center in McCarthy, AK and is a received a Frontier Fellowship from Epicenter located in Green River, Ut. All of these opportunities support the ongoing dialogue regarding landscape within her practice.

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Humans are not outside of Nature, but part of the ecological whole. If we begin to think about the world as comprised of the relationships of objects, there is a shift in perception— no longer an interior and exterior, or a subject / object foregrounding. 

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