Hannah Redler Hawes

Associate Art Curator
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Expertise

Hannah is currently Associate Curator at the ODI, co-directing the Data as Culture art programme

Hannah specialises in art and technology, art and science and emerging artistic practice with an interest in participatory process. She develops interdisciplinary projects for galleries, museums, digital space and non-art contexts. Alongside her work with ODI she curates exhibitions, events and art interventions. Past projects have been with Science Gallery London, Tate Modern, Natural History Museum, FACT Liverpool, the Digital Catapult and the Institute of Physics.

Hannah’s current research focuses on open data, networked culture, the processes of addiction and recovery, mental health, heart transplant and the embodied self and new forms of creative programming beyond the gallery. She regularly lectures and writes on her specialist subjects and is a trustee of the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation, promoting excellence in photography and moving image book publishing.  

Between 1998 and 2014 Hannah founded and directed the Science Museum Arts Programme where she established the Contemporary Art Collection for the Science Museum Group.

Hannah co-directs the ODI Data as Culture art programme with ODI Art Associate Julie Freeman.

Work with Data as Culture