The Passage of Time (2016) Table, vegetable dye stained wool cloth, replica Roman glassware, Spelt bread, Red wine. Installation view, Turner Contemporary. Image credit: Stephen White.
Hannah Lees b. 1983, Margate (UK). Lives and works in London and Margate. Last year, Hannah was commissioned by Turner Contemporary and the British Museum to make a new work for the Clore Learning Studio at Turner Contemporary in response to the British Museum's collection of Roman Samian Ware pottery found along the coast near Whitstable. Other recent exhibitions & projects include: The Oldest Thing You Can Hold In Your Hand, Workbench, Milan, IT (2016); Floated On Foam  Flew With Birds, Galerie Tatjana Pieters, Ghent, BE (2016); All That There Is, Is The Eternal Now, Tenderbooks, London (2016); Let us go then, you and I, Nomadic Vitrine, Grand Union, Birmingham (2016); Hannah Lees: May I Have Ease of Being, Cairn, Fife (2015) and Hannah Lees: Ever-New Oldness /|\ Ever-Old Newness, The Sunday Painter, London (2015).