Hanna Salomonsson makes ceramics inspired by Scandinavian nature and London life. Her ceramic practice probes the way in which our natal landscapes are imbued with emotions and fleeting memories. She grew up close to the untamed forests of southern Sweden, and echoes of the gnarly branches, moss covered boulders and bottomless bogs of the Swedish woodlands can be distinguished in her pieces. Often these traces are paired with glimmers of urban wilderness found in decaying London surfaces, structures and spaces. Her work is placed on the edges of functional ceramics, with an emphasis on the sculptural vessel as form.