“Belinda Hanson’s sculptures and sculptural installations immediately place us in another world. Magical and strange, and also strangely familiar….

“Part of a long history of modernist sculpture of assemblage and found materials (think Duchamp, Schwitters, and the Surrealists), and part of a growing trajectory of contemporary interventions using minimalist forms to explore corporeal sensation and body politics (think Annette Messager, Lygia Clark, and Kiki Smith), Hanson’s work asks us to contemplate the boundary between human and inhuman, nature and artifice, sameness and difference – and feel wonder.”

Jeannene Przyblyski, Art Historian and Curator. San Francisco, CA.