Hannah Claus is a Kanienkehá:ka and English visual artist who explores Onkwehonwe epistemologies as living transversal relationships in her transdisciplinary practice. A 2019 Eiteljorg fellow and 2020 Prix Giverny recipient, her installations have been included in exhibitions across Canada, including "Àbadakone: Continuous Fire" (National Gallery of Canada 2018); "Des horizons d'attentes" (Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal 2021), "Inaabiwin" (Robert McLaughlin Gallery 2018) and “Written on the Earth” (McIntosh Gallery 2021). She currently sits on the board of the Conseil des arts de Montréal and is a co-founder of daphne, a new Indigenous artist-run centre in Montreal. In August 2020, she was hired as Assistant professor of Indigenous art practices at Concordia University. Claus is a member of Tyendinaga– Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. Having grown up away from her grandfather's community, she is privileged to live and work in Kanien’kehá:ka territory, in Tiohtià:ke [Montréal].