Darci Hanna is an interdisciplinary artist and curator based in Somerville, Massachusetts. She is fascinated by the places where nature and culture interact, where biology and physiology become enmeshed in social and religious narratives and power structures.

Recent works focus on the complicated cultural landscape surrounding gender roles, objectification, breastfeeding, and early motherhood. In addition to painting, printmaking, and sculpting, she also uses techniques inspired by traditional domestic arts such as sewing, quilting, weaving, and embroidering.