Hanna Husberg is a visual artist, graduated from ENSBA, Paris, in 2007, currently developing her doctoral research project ‘Troubled Atmosphere – On Noticing Air’ at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Her research has developed through several art projects shown in art institutions across Europe and internationally, such as ‘Human Meteorology’ (2012/2019), ‘Being With’ (2015), ‘The World Indoors’ (2015), ‘In the Vast Ocean of Air’ (2016), ‘Often people ask how birds are affected by the air’ (2017). Through a focus on air these projects inquire into how humans perceive, relate to, and imagine their immediate, and expanded, surrounding. They do this through narratives of entanglement and material exchanges, through questions of perceptibility and visual representations, and through reflections on how changes in the atmosphere are (in)visibly transforming specific places, influencing the socio-economic as well as the territorial realities of these locations. Husberg often collaborates across disciplines, producing outcomes such as the essay film ‘The Free Sea’ (2014) and the research project ‘Contingent Movements Archive’ (2013-14) with Laura McLean for the Maldives Pavilion (55th Venice Biennale), and lecture performances and essays together with art historian and poet Sria Chatterjee. She is currently, jointly with Agata Marzecova, developing the long term research project ‘Towards Atmospheric Care’ (2017-2022), which bringing theory, criticism and scientific research together with art and poetics results in outcomes such as research exhibitions, lecture performances, digital essays as well as analytical papers.