Joanna Hall

Joanna’s work is a representation of socio-technological climates by combining binary stereotypes of primitivism and technological advancement. This conjunction of imagery allows for a dynamic realism of our current state: a paranoid romanticism. Looping glitched images of whales and worms manifest themselves in projections and TV screens, demolished and distorted into a new sense of identification and contextual language.

Imperative to Joanna’s practice is the repetition and dissemination of set imagery: all images used within her work are taken from open-source image libraries and are then repeated/re-used to create a cannibal-esque aesthetic sequence.