Hannah Doucet was the winner of our inaugural 2017 PLATFORM Photography Award. This award includes a solo exhibition in Gallery 2, $1000, darkroom access and a one-year membership to PLATFORM. The jury was excited by Doucet’s inquisitive and engaged practice, one that probes photography and the human condition in equal measure.

Doucet’s show in Gallery 2 was I wondered when my body would deflate, and took place from 02–24 March, 2018.

For more of Hannah’s work, take a look at her website.

Hannah Doucet is a photo-based artist and arts educator from Winnipeg, Canada. Her work explores the body, representation, materiality and failure within the medium of photography. She received her BFA Honours from the University of Manitoba in 2015. She has exhibited in alternative spaces and artist-run centres throughout the city of Winnipeg, with most recent participation in a group exhibition at La Maison des Artistes in 2017. She has also exhibited nationally, at Art Mur (Montreal) and Avenue (Vancouver), Proof 23 at Gallery 44 (Toronto) and, most notably a solo exhibition I Never Recognized Her Except in Fragments at The New Gallery (Calgary) in 2016. In 2017 she completed a month long residency as part the Banff Centre for Art and Creativity’s Visual + Digital Emerging BAiR Program. She is a co-founder and active committee member of Flux Gallery, an exhibition project for early-stage emerging artists. Hannah facilitates art workshops throughout Winnipeg, working with children and youth through Art City and as an artist in residence working with senior residents at Misericordia Health Centre.

“On the Impossibility of Stitching a Replica of the Body on a Scale of 1 to 1”,
Sewn fabric photographs, acrylic, steel, 6.5’ x 2’ x 4’, 2017

“Untitled”, film still from looping video, 2017

“Undulating Surfaces”, inkjet print, 16″ x 20″, 2014

“Untitled”, part 2 of diptych, inkjet print, 12″ x 15″