About the Artist
Hannah Pasedag is a visual artist and educator based in Muscogee territory. Inspired by her love for storytelling, and experiences in marginalized communities, her work follows themes of visibility and isolation. To be seen is both a powerful and terrifying thing, in equal measure. Being apparent means an openness and vulnerability not everyone can afford to have. Through visual stories that span materials, she hopes to convey her own hidden experiences, while giving space to allow the viewer to think of their own.
She has exhibited with the Savannah College of Art and Design, Thomas Deans Fine Art, Site: Brooklynn, MINT, and Besharat Gallery. Above all, she hopes you are staying safe, and caring for the most vulnerable in your own community.