Hanna Ljungh has for some time dedicated her art practice to the matter we describe as land, soil, stone and mountain. Her work reflects upon and questions the fine line between what we call human and non-human forms of existence and the complex relations between them. Her nearly six-hour long film I am mountain, to measure impermanence (2016) depicting the melting ice cap of Sweden’s highest mountain got wide recognition in Sweden and internationally.
Hanna Ljungh (b. 1974) works with film, photography, sculpture and installation. She lives and works in Stockholm. Ljungh has an education from Parsons School of Design, New York and Konstfack, Stockholm. Recently her work has been shown at: Kunsthall Trondheim; Kristianstads Konsthall; Studio Hippolyte and HIAP, Helsinki; The Swedish Cultural Institute, Paris; Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul; Anna Bohman Gallery, Stockholm; Moderna Museet, Malmö. Ljungh will during the spring have a solo exhibition at Fondazione Pini in Milano. Her work is a part of several private collections and can be found at Public Art Agency Sweden, Stockholm art and Region Skåne.