Hannah Bull is a Houston artist who’s work studies the tension between primal vs. civilized man, man’s relationship with nature and their relationship with oneself. She uses a glitch technique as a language to express ideas in a formal nature. Her melted flora pieces speak to climate change and it’s fleeting beauty. Her ‘glitch’ portraiture illuminates the differences and sameness with have with others and the disconnect that comes with our sameness. The ego forgets the visible spectrum that we radiate from. She uses these paintings as tools to express her own fragility, mental health, discomforts, gratitude and as a gentle warning that without love there is only pain… as cliché as it may be.