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Hannah Taddeo is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA in Biomedical Illustration. She has worked for three years as a freelance artist and has had the honor of showing her work at various prestigious institutions such as University Hospitals Harrington-McLaughlin Heart & Vascular Institute, the … Read More
Hannah Taddeo is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA in Biomedical Illustration. She has worked for three years as a freelance artist and has had the honor of showing her work at various prestigious institutions such as University Hospitals Harrington-McLaughlin Heart & Vascular Institute, the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, Cuyahoga County Community College, and the Cleveland Institute of Art, as well as numerous private collections. She blends her passion for art with her foundation in science and technology and continues to explore the possibilities of new media that can be applied to the didactic formalities of traditional medical and natural science illustration. Read Less
In my work I seek to investigate the juxtaposition of human science and the natural world. There is an abundance of knowledge that can be learned from the intricacies of nature and we, as the primary consumers of natural resources, retain a position of responsibility due to our unique ability of thought and reason… Read More
In my work I seek to investigate the juxtaposition of human science and the natural world. There is an abundance of knowledge that can be learned from the intricacies of nature and we, as the primary consumers of natural resources, retain a position of responsibility due to our unique ability of thought and reason. Our relationship with nature cannot be viewed as a dichotomy but as an integrated relationship in which we sustain an ethical balance between an advancement of science and the utilization of our natural resources without exploiting them. I hope to instill in my audience a curiosity to learn and observe from the natural world around us in hopes that a furthered interest would inspire more people to consume our natural resources ethically. This work proposes a duality between humanity and nature; there must remain a symbiotic relationship in which we can learn from nature without destroying it. Read Less
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