Hannah Lim 



BNC2021 Online Platform

b. 1998, Isleworth, England

2017-2020 BA Sculpture, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

2016-2017 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

Recent Exhibitions

2021, ‘Home by Ronan McKenzie x Cob Gallery’, London.

2021, ‘Porta Sancta’, Underground Flower x Harlesden High Street , London.


2022, ‘RSA New Contemporaries’, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

2021, ‘What does it mean to be an Asian Woman?’, Local Collective, London.

2021, ‘Origins’, Delphian Gallery, London.

2021, ‘The Holy Grail’, OHSH Projects, London.

2021, ‘From a Safe Distance’, Raen Barnsley x Auction Collective, London.

2021, ‘The Graduates: Four Pillars’, Tatha Gallery, Fife.

2021, ‘Year of the OX’, Steamroom East / Don’t Call me Oriental, London.

2020, ‘Wretched Light Industry’, Serving the People and supported by Creative Scotland, New York.

2020, ‘Pending’, San Mei Gallery, London.

2020, ‘After Hours’, Harlesden High Street x Bowes Parris Gallery, London.

2020, Unmuted, Sky Arts, London.

2020, ‘Museum of Half Truths’, 1a Space, Hong Kong.

2020, ‘Maggies x ArtThou No Borders Initiative’, ArtThou, Scotland.

2020, ‘PATIO-PROJECT’, Georgia Stephenson, London.

2020, ’A THESISSS SHOW’, Something Special Studios, New York.

2020, ‘RSA Annual Exhibition’, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

2020, ‘The Potion Room’, Subsidiary Projects, London.

2021, Selected for RSA New Contemporaries 2022, Edinburgh.

2021, Home by Ronan McKensie x Cob Gallery, Residency recipient supported by Glossier, London.

2020, Clason-Harvie Bursary, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

2020, RSA John Kinross Scholarship, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

2020, Selected for Georgia Stephenson’s Patio Project (funded by The Freelands Foundation), London.

2020, Selected Artist for Short Supply: Made It, Manchester.

2019, 2020, Shortlisted for the Astaire Prize, Edinburgh.

2019, Hospitalfield Residency, Arbroath.

Previous artist in 2021

Jinjoon Lee 

Next artist in 2021

Laila Majid