Two sides, pencil on paper, 8.5" x 11”.
Dobromiła Jaskot (OM 14) focuses on multimedia art, especially interactive projects, and is actively engaged in the organization of interdisciplinary conferences, festivals and concerts of contemporary music. She writes of Hannah: "Hannah, or to be precise Ophiophagus hannah, is a royal variety of the cobra. This composition presents several images of her: from sounds that replicate hissing and biting, and further analogies, to slithery rippling and connotations of submissiveness, to sounds of singing instruments. The cobra is the main character, creating her own images, as if surrounded by fun house mirrors, which deform and at times obscure the limits of reality."
Listen to Jaskot's piece Hannah in its U.S. premiere, performed by cellist Hannah Addario-Berry at the 14th Other Minds Festival in 2009.