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"Technology in art merely reflects the way we perceive our world" — Hannah Tan

Back in March, Singapore-based gallery Supernormal hosted Technology in Art – an exhibition in collaboration with SAND Magazine to explore the role of technology in art making. Works selected ranged from device, new media, video art and hybrid practices.

One such example would be Hannah Tan's showcase of her research-based work, namely Vacillations and Sieving Sound and Light (2018) – in which she involved ultrasound imaging technology to reinvent her relationship with ambiguous elements present in our world.

SAND Magazine
May 25, 2018

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