Hannah Parr (b. 1984, UK) is a Swiss-based artist. Her experimental practice in Object art, sculpture, installation questions formalism, social structures, consumer culture, and addresses social survival and transformation strategies. Her works are based on specific self-developed working processes; for years, she has been collecting and sorting materials, typically from domestic or manufactured sources. Transforming ‘object’ to subject through the process of re-categorisation, displacement, and isolation, she speculates within a relative realm, where subtle interventions, quiet humour reaffirm the intellectual, virtuous, and emotional potential of materials and recovering their capacity as tools for critical analysis.