Transformer Presents we lost our teeth for a second time

By Editorial Team on December 10, 2015
Hannah Spector, Azid, 2015. Courtesy of Transformer.
Hannah Spector, Azid, 2015. Courtesy of Transformer.


Opening Reception: Saturday, December 12 from 6pm to 8pm


Artist Talk: Saturday, December 19 at 3pm

Continuing their commitment to highlight exceptional DC based emerging artists, Transformer’s 13th Annual DC Artist Solo Exhibition presents the work of Hannah Spector in her first solo exhibition.

Featuring a new body of collage and mixed media installation work that examines shape and color in relation to myth, we lost our teeth for a second time play upon a lyrical interpretation of man’s mythical understanding of consciousness through symbols and shadows. Through an investigation of seeming irrelevant shapes and forms, Spector aims to choreograph color and shape and explore the dichotomy of form and sensation.

Spector elaborates, “When shape and color are carefully introduced to one another, an unconscious idea is unwound from the tongue and pulled through the eyes—exposing feeling from archaic abstraction.”

Hannah Spector is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and poet, with a degree in English and Creative Writing from George Washington University. Spector’s work has been published in London, Paris, Florida, and Washington, DC and can be viewed online at her website

Exhibition Hours:

  • Wednesday-Saturday: 12-6pm
  • and by appointment

Transformer will be closed December 24, 2015 – January 6, 2016.

Transformer is located at 1404 P Street NW. For more information visit