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Hana Iverson

Alumni, Class of 1999


Hana Iverson has been a media artist working in academia with a focus on networked communities and wireless technologies. In this capacity, she has functioned as a user experience designer, social media strategist and innovator working at the intersection of art, new media practice and social applications. All of these skills have been developed and implemented in her public projects “Cross/Walks, Weaving Fabric Row,” “View from the Balcony,” and her education initiative “Neighborhood Narratives,” which engage the neighborhood as social practice to explore questions about subjectivity, embodiment, social networks and place inside of alternative forms of distribution. Iverson is currently the Visiting Scholar with the Institute for Women and Art, and on the faculty of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Current residence: Philadelphia,