Hannah Epstein (AKA hanski) is an artist working in the cross-section of textiles, experimental games and digital video.

By blurring the lines between folk craft, popular culture and contemporary art, Epstein's work shuns all formal notions of categorization. 

As a trained folklorist, Epstein advocates for a deeper understanding of storytelling and its crucial role in the construction of reality.  Epsteinā€™s work posits that stories are a shared, connective threads, where artists can begin to code alternate realities into the social consciousness.

Themes of "play" connect her multi-disciplinary practice as her work aims to turn passive voyeurs into active players. By employing game design techniques, she encourages a form of active critique- one that probes the rules structures governing all social interactions. 

She completed her MFA at Carnegie Mellon University in 2017 and is currently represented by Steve Turner in Los Angeles.