Born June 25, 1936 in Nassau, Kendal Hanna is a painter and a sculptor known as one of the Bahamas' first abstract expressionists. During his twenties, Hanna was diagnosed with schizophrenia and prescribed an electric shock therapy course of four treatments per week for an unknown period of time. Upon his release two years later, Hanna used art to recover his motor capabilities and mental acuity. Now 75, Hanna has become one of the Bahamas' most celebrated artists, prolifically releasing work described as "carefully considered and contemplated, provocative and masterful." In BRIGIDY BRAM, Hanna reveals his inner and outer realities through his artworks, memories and humor.
"Dawn" performed by EUS, POSTDROME & SAÅAD (Featuring METAL ALVIN)
Visuals made by Grégoire ORIO
AS HUMAN PATTERN
BRIGIDY BRAM title art by Dylan Rapillard, VFX by Bernard Myburgh.
Thanks to Grégoire Couvert!
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