Hana Hasilik lives and works as a freelance artist in Marburg, Hesse. Her art evolved into concrete and later into constructive - concrete minimal expression.
She uses white clay as a material. Her works are fired, then sanded and left unglazed. The white color of the clay supports the clear forms of her sculptures.
As a constant form she chose the lentoid, a kind of biconvex lens. Her art pieces are constructed from individual lentoids and their groups on rectangular supports.
Hana Hasilik is a member of the professional association of visual artists BBK (the Berufsverband Bildender Künstler) in Germany.
Short biography and exhibitions:
1943 born in Hronec, Slovakia
1962 - 1970 studies of biology, diploma and doctorate in Bratislava
Focus: ceramic objects; outside made of painted aluminum or sandstone
Since 1997 regular exhibitions including:
Museum Modern Art, Hünfeld
Frauen Museum, Bonn
Die Junge Akademie, Berlin
Museum Stadt Bad Hersfeld
Forum Konkrete Kunst, Erfurt
Outdoor work, including Kunststraße Rhön