As a multimedia artist, Hannah Piper Burns creates projects spanning video, performance, installation, text, and interactivity. Her work has been shown widely across the United States and Canada. She recently presented Venus Retrograde as part of the Museum’s APEX series.
In this Artist Talk, Hannah talks about her work and how it relates to John McCracken’s “Black Box” (1965).
John McCracken, Black Box, ca. 1965, polyester resin on fiberglass and plywood, Gift of Karen and Harry Groth, © unknown, research required, 84.70.2
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This Artist Talk was recorded on December 20, 2018 in Portland Art Museum’s Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art