Hannah Brontë creates installations that bring together diverse media, including sound, sculpture and moving image, to explore language used in popular culture regarding womxn, specifically Black/Blak womxn. Her work centres on resilience, matriarchal futures and challenging current social structures. Brontë works hard to intertwine the knowledge of her female ancestors in each work she creates. With unrelenting strength, Brontë imbues her work with lived experiences, often articulating moments of joy within the grief and loss. In this work Brontë uses the colour orange to refer to the first colour a baby sees inside the womb. Heala is cyclical and unending, dedicated to a lost friend; it is complex and powerful.