Hannah Kirmes-Daly is an award winning artist and journalist based in Berlin. In connecting left-overs and fragments of information they found soft hollow spaces. Her practice is based in field research, working collaboratively to address interconnected socio-political dynamics. Her work explores the friction between documentation and storytelling.
She graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in International Development and South Asian Studies, and is currently completing her Master in Art in Context at the University of Art Berlin (UdK).
She has been awarded the British Arts Council Grant, won the 2019 Migration Media Award, and has been published amongst others in Al-Jazeera, France24 and Internazionale. Hannah has a British-German background and has worked throughout Europe, the Middle East and North Africa looking at the colonial legacy and modern border regimes. As a queer artist she navigates the intersect between emotional intelligence, solidarity and human rights.