Memory, history, nation, community, political struggle, and identity
Fabiola Hanna is a thinker, artist, documentarian and interactive-media programmer. Her work is tied to people, technology and seeking practical solutions. She explores ideas that might strengthen communities through art and technology. Her current work is about post-colonial activism in relation to ideological constructs of memory, history, nation, community, political struggle, and identity. She has exhibited at the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, the New Children’s Museum in San Diego, the SubZero Festival in San Jose and the Digital Arts Research Center in Santa Cruz.
Education and Training:
MFA Digital Arts and New Media, University of California Santa Cruz
BA in Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts, University of California San Diego