Lucky fish? is the last sculptures she began 20 years ago under Eugene Hon at the Technicon. Hamman interprets the work as the workers toiling at the bottom with the strength and dominance that they place in society. She is fascinated by the geometry of Escher and attempted to do the positive and negative fish in the middle class. She explains the fish are all desperately trying to conform to the tight constraints of the corporate world in an attempt to reach the top. The lucky fish is the one that has managed to refine himself into the top position and is able to display more of his true character (thus the more realistic portrayal), but he is still trapped within that system which is why she questions how lucky he actually is.
She is currently working on new works exploring infertility and plans to continue creating humorous sculptures that comment on society. She plans to exhibit her works as much as possible and expand her audience.