The project entitled A Living Colour Index is a response to the shifts in time and memory experienced in lockdown with days and weeks blending together.

Investigating the idea of how novel experiences play a part in memory formation and in turn set the parameters for our experience of time.

About the artist

Michael Hanna is an artist based in Northern Ireland. He has exhibited in group exhibitions in the UK and internationally including Multiplicity at NURTUREart, New York and Quicksilver at Freelands Foundation, London. Solo exhibitions include Short Films about Learning at Lismore Castle Arts, Ireland, and Looking Backward at PS2, Belfast. He has recently completed a residency at Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris, and the Freelands Artist Programme, a 2-year fellowship with PS2, Belfast and Freelands Foundation, London. Michael is a co-founder of AMINI, an artist-led initiative for the promotion and critical discussion of artists’ moving image in Northern Ireland.

This project is made possible with the generous support of Belfast Photo Festival and British Council India

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