Hanne Lippard (*1984, Milton Keynes/UK, lives and works in Berlin) works with the medium of writing, through performances and readings as well as sound recordings and installations. Within the variation of these formats, the voice is her main medium. By mixing personal thoughts with appropriated texts such as advertisements, slogans and news articles, the texts become a mix of private and public that regain ingenuity and authorship through the use of the voice, becoming a body of its own. Her recent artistic research has been concentrated around the use of the female body as a vessel for sound, the conscious as well as unconscious automatization of speech and language.
"Of their time (7) – A look at French private collections"
Frac Grand Large, Dunkirk
Biennale Weiertal "Common Ground"
"The Ecstatic Being. Between knowing and understanding", Artefact Festival
"Auditions for an Unwritten Opera"
Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden
Spazio Murat, Bari
"SEPTEMBER SESSIONS– A Contemporary Art Festival"
"Things That Were Are Things Again"
Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig
Artforum, May 01, 2023
FOUR ARTISTS SHARE 2024 PREIS DER NATIONALGALERIEd
Zerodeux 02, 2022
Antoinette Jattiot, Hanne Lippard
mousse, Fall 2019
Balthazar Lovay, Is Wow the Same as Great?: Hanne Lippard