Tired of Waking Up Tired is a limited edition tea towel by Hannah Smith, available for pre-order here.
We are all in this together! We are cheering you on! You can do this! You are doing this for all of us! Give me a break. Everything is shit. Everyone is falling apart. Have you tried yoga? Yes. I do it like a million times a day. I’m doing it right now. It could be much worse! You're saying that if someone has lost everything and still has a pulse that they should be grateful they have their health? 'Staying apart keeps us together' or something like that. We are all in this togehjfioghoijdfisjg. Unprecedented times hey! Yeah, you said that already. Shut the fuck up.
Hannah Smith, Tired of Waking Up Tired, 2020, linen tea towel, 70 x 50cm
Hannah Smith creates sculptures inscribed with figurative imagery both sexualised and self-deprecating and is interested in emotional connections sparked by spontaneity and its possible ramifications. Through her work she aims to reflect on the type of world we live in where we rely on strategies of mediation to interact with each other to fulfill our fantasties.
Hannah completed a Master of Contemporary Art at VCA in 2013. In 2015 she undertook a six month residency in Detroit, Michigan at HAMTRAMCK CERAMCK after being awarded the PUYA grant from Arts Queensland. Recent exhibitions include Slightly Odway, Bus Projects, Listen to This! Phasing OUT, Kings ARI, Correspondence of Noticing, Counihan Gallery and You Know It’s True!, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.