Danielle Rozali is an interdisciplinary artist currently completing her BFA in Critical and Cultural Practices at Emily Carr University of Art and Design on the unceded territories of the Musqueum, Squamish, and Tseil-Waututh Nations. She works conceptually and experimentally, often meshing mediums to explore topics of heritage, diaspora, multiraciality, queer identity, trauma (generational and otherwise) and community. Her practice is currently based in drawing, painting, print and book-making and writing, though sound media and cooking are current curiosities to pursue! Past forays have also included photography, film-making, performance, sculpture and installation, and social practice. She is excited to continue her artistic development with ReIssue and hopefully contribute to an ongoing artistic discourse based in embracing and engaging with interdisciplinary forms of making.