Hannah Scott

Hannah Scott is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores ways of visualising and communicating environmental change through the use of performance, installation, film, photography and sound.

Combining art, science and personal experiences, Hannah creates work that reflects on humanity’s relationship with the natural world and endeavours to raise awareness of ecological issues. She has worked with climate and environmental scientists, and other professionals, to accurately inform her research.

Hannah’s work explores the idea of art as actions, challenging her own values and abilities, rather than simply delivering a moral message. Since 2017, she has cycled and sailed approximately twenty thousand miles. Journeys are integral to her practice as a source of inspiration as well as being performative works in their own right.

Hannah Scott (b.1976) is a British artist based in London, UK. She is a graduate of Central Saint Martins MA Art and Science 2017 and BA Arts and Design 2000, and Middlesex University MSc Multimedia Application Design 2003; a member of the Wilderness Art Collective; a MullenLowe NOVA award winner; and an alumna of The Arctic Circle artist residency.

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2022, Reimagining Joya, 26 Aug – 11 Sept, Thames-side Studios, London, UK
  • 2021, NOVA X, 18 Sept – 24 Oct, Lethaby Gallery, London, UK, Online
  • 2021, Aesthetica Art Prize, 27 May-28 Sept, York Art Gallery, UK
  • 2021, The Virtual Art Fair4th Edition, 1 Feb – , Online
  • 2020, Photo Fringe OPEN20 Moving Image, 3-31 Oct, Brighton, UK – Online
  • 2020, Little Voices – KCAW20, 11 Oct, London, UK – Online
  • 2020, On Ancient Earth, 27 Sep – 2 Oct, The Earth Sanctuary, Arrernte Country, Australia
  • 2020, The Virtual Art Fair3rd Edition, 4 Sep – , Online
  • 2020, Wilderness for the Mind, 11 Jun — 2 Jul, Online
  • 2019, Landlines 2, 1-12 Oct, The Stableyard Gallery, Morden Hall Park, London
  • 2019, Landlines 1, 4-14 Sep, Royal Geographical Society, London
  • 2019, Origin Poetics, 10-17 Jul, Zwarte Zaal, KASK, Ghent, Belgium
  • 2019, CERN, 24-28 Jun, CMS Hall, CERN, Switzerland
  • 2019, All At Sea, 13-16 Jun, The Crypt at St John on Bethnal Green, London
  • 2018, Cosmic Perspectives – Lumen, Ugly Duck, London
  • 2018, Monochrome, Old Biscuit Factory, London
  • 2018, Emerging Artists – An Edit, 45 Park Lane, Dorchester Collection, London. Represented by YAP Art and Ackerman Studios
  • 2018, London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London
  • 2017, Cryptic Art and Science, The Crypt Gallery, Euston, London
  • 2017, Imagining CERN, CSM Window Gallery, London
  • 2017, CSM x CMS: Entangled, Four Corners Gallery, London
  • 2017, Third Matter, MA Art and Science Degree Show at Central Saint Martins, London
  • 2016, Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, London
  • 2016, Tracing Wastelands, The Depot, London
  • 2016, CSM Postgraduate Art Auction, Lethaby Gallery, London
  • 2016, Cryptic, The Crypt Gallery, Euston, London
  • 2016, Our Laughter Will Drown Your Sorrows, The Laundry, London
  • 2015, Big Space V, Central Saint Martins, London
  • 2015, Mind_Matter, Central Saint Martins, London
  • 2015, BBC Photography Annual Exhibition, 5th Base Gallery, London
  • 2014, LIP 26th Annual Exhibition, Embassy Tea Gallery, London
  • 2012, Pop Up Dorset, St George Church, Portland
  • 2012, Dorset Art Weeks, Shaftesbury, Dorset
  • 2012, Continuum, Fine Foundation Gallery, Durlston Castle, Swanage
  • 2012, ZMMA, Shaftesbury, Dorset
  • 2000, Degree Show, Central Saint Martins, London
  • 1998, Dennis Desiderata, Lethaby Gallery, London
  • 1998, Persona, Café del Sol, Barcelona
  • 1997, Foundation Show, Trowbridge College, Wiltshire

Awards Residencies Talks



  • 2015-17, Central Saint Martins, MA Art and Science
  • 2002-03, Middlesex University, MSc Multimedia Application Development
  • 1997-00, Central Saint Martins, BA Hons Arts and Design