Hanna Rédling uses the tool of photography to deal with the dilemmas of broken reality, the sense of existence associated with the uncertainty of the present, and the increasingly digital/virtual world. In addition to classic photography, she has been using 3D imaging techniques recently to give the space an exciting, soft texture. The fragmentation created during scanning and the resulting draining, gel-plastic space complex suggests that the differences between the past and the future disappear. Her work is a sensitive answer to the increasingly frequent questions of where today is the boundary between virtual and real life, and where we place it, how we feel about it ourselves.
2018 – 2020 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Master of Photography, Budapest HU
2016 – 2017 Willem de Koonig Academie, Photography, Rotterdam NL
2014 – 2017 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Bachelor of Photography, Budapest HU