Jason Hendrik Hansma


In the recent work he observes and questions habitable spaces; our perception propelled by history toward an establishment of memory and politics. Working predominantly with film, objects, voiceovers, and photography, the work asks questions of history, forgotten moments, to find alternative results of past events, and therefore divergent futurity. Recorded voices flow within public and private space revealing intricacies and links between how the private illuminates broader social phenomena, and ultimately how this is remembered- by not only the viewers, but held within materiality of itself.