Since graduating Massachusetts College of Art with her BFA in 2016, Siena Hancock has developed an interdisciplinary practice which addresses women’s place in the internet age. Primarily working in sculpture and installation, she seeks to interact with communities in order to explore cultural phenomena. She has been an artist-in-residence at Heima in Seyðisfjörður, Iceland and Main St Arts in Upstate New York. Siena’s work has been shown both nationally and abroad in Iceland. Her current work deals with cyberfeminism, alternative realities, mythology and how technology affects social customs.
Siena’s present work explores utopian feminism. She is a current Artist-in-Residence at PlySpace in the city of Muncie, IN. While in residence she will conduct research utilizing ethnographic methodology in order to address womanhood, feminism, and technology.
2016 B.F.A. Fine Arts 3D concentration in Glass, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston MA
2019 Artist-in-Residence: PlySpace, Muncie IN (current)
2018 Artist-in-Residence: Main St Arts, Clifton Springs NY
Artist-in-Residence: HEIMA, Seyðisfjörður IS
2016 Departmental Honors, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Glass Department
All School Show Departmental Award, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Primark & MCAD Display Partnership, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
2015 MCAD Merit Based Partner Scholarship: Pittsburgh Glass Center, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
2019 Residency Alumni Exhibition, Main St Arts, Clifton Springs NY
Speed Swipe, David Owsley Museum of Art, Muncie IN
2018 The Fall (from Vogue), DP Storefront Window Gallery, Providence RI
Art and Innovation, The Gallery, Malden MA
The Visitors, HEIMA, Seyðisfjörður IS
2016 MassArt Senior Showcase, Bakalar & Paine Galleries, Boston MA
MassArt All School Show: Awards Show, Design Media Center, Boston MA
MassArt All School Show: Glass/Industrial Design, President's Gallery, Boston MA
2015 MassArt All School Show: Glass/Painting, President's Gallery, Boston MA
2014 The Empathic State, Crackatorium, Boston MA
2014-19 Fabricator, Ross Art Studios, rossartstudio.com
Kvennasögusafn Íslands (Women's History Archives of Iceland), Heima, and private collections.