Hannah Eriksson's point of focus is creating clothing in relation to performance and exhibit spaces. Her work centers around queer intimacy, vulnerability, sculpture, food and community

She is a graduate of Blanche Macdonald Centre’s fashion design program and the recipient of the Portfolio Award and Overall Achievement Award. Her upcoming works will feature textiles and metal in relation to one another, having recently developed skills in welding at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

At this time, all garments are one of a kind and can be customized to individual bodies at request before construction. The process of multiplying lone work tends to strip life out of her process and distracts from the incantation of the original idea. Mass produced clothing has never been a part of Eriksson’s interest, for both environmental conservation, and the personal belief that objects made with individual purpose are always a little bit more charming.

Eriksson’s work decides when it wants to be completed and the amount of time and living that must first happen, she has only to accommodate it.

All work is made on the unceded Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh and Tseil-Waututh traditional and ancestral lands.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Photo: Agatha Mallari
                                                                                                                               Make up: Maria Walton

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