Through the works of her hands and some necessary materials, Hannah Sofia Eriksson creates emotional landscapes. She is perpetually trying to create something worth understanding. In restlessness, her work is trying to find common ground. Her style holds elements of abstraction, surrealism, symbolism, portraiture and conceptualism, but is more accurately an honest response in whatever form naturally follows.

At the time being, all garments are one of a kind. This is because Hannah Eriksson would like to add minimally to the landfill and also finds that the process of repeating steps on what once was an art project, tends to strip the life out of the work.

Eventually Hannah Sofia would like to be a part of a large scale art exposition, an art circus. She imagines her clothing in this setting and believes it would attract an appropriate audience. Until then, nothing pleases her more than to see her creations correspond with the work of others, so if you are interested in collaborating, please reach out!

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 to it.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Photo: Agatha Mallari
                                                                                                                               Make up: Maria Walton

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