Walk quietly, keep looking.

Erika Lynne Hanson


In Walk quietly, keep looking. Erika Lynne Hanson’s captivating installation examines the temporal relationship between place, history, and object. Hanson explores the transitory nature of landscapes through exquisite textiles combining streams of light, digital media, and ephemeral materials to form an unforgettable view in the new exhibition for Halt Gallery.

Erika Lynne Hanson received a MFA from California College of the Arts, and holds a BFA in Fiber from The Kansas City Art Institute. Her work has been exhibited in various cities including Los Angeles, Kansas City, San Francisco, New York, Chicago and Minneapolis. In 2013 Hanson received the Charlotte Street Visual Artist Award and was artist in residence at Real Time and Space in Oakland CA. Previously, She held the position of Lecturer at the Kansas City Art Institute and is the CO-Founder/Facilitator of 1522 Saint Louis, an experimental project space in Kansas City. Hanson is currently Assistant Professor of Fibers/Socially Engaged Practices at Arizona State University.

Exhibition at the Halt Gallery Shipping Container
November 21 - December 7, 2014
Photos by Peter Bugg