Hannah Redler




HANNAH REDLER is an independent art curator and science communicator working with international artists, researchers and organisations. She specialises in developing projects exploring intersections between art, science, technology and people for galleries, museums, and digital and public space. She is currently Associate Curator in Residence at the Open Data Institute (ODI) and is working on projects with Science Gallery, London, the London Digital Catapult, The Natural History Museum and FACT Liverpool. Previous projects have been with Tate Modern, The Institute of Physics and the Wellcome Collection. She combines these roles with teaching commissioning and curating contemporary art, histories of art and technology, interdisciplinary programming, arts fundraising and informal learning in museums. From 2005-2014 Hannah was Head of Arts Programme at the Science Museum, London. Hannah trained as a fine artist achieving her BA (Hons) from Norwich School of Art in 1991 before completing the Royal College of Art MA in Curating Contemporary Art in 1996.


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