Sarah Farahat is a transdisciplinary Egyptian American artist, activist and educator dreaming of a more collective future for all beings. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Occidental College, B.F.A. in Intermedia Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art, in 2011, she participated in the inaugural year of Beirut’s Homeworkspace Program and she received an M.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Fine Art from California College of the Arts. She teaches at local universities, for youth in her community, and is a member of the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative. For the past fourteen years Farahat has monitored the body within the socio-political landscape in the United States and abroad-intervening with works exploring grief, longing, assimilation and storytelling Learning about and participating in grassroots struggles for liberation, abolition, and self-determination inform her art and design. Her days are infused with speculative fiction, music, water, culinary experiments and plant medicine. Farahat currently lives in the traditional stolen lands of the Multnomah, Clackamas, Tualatin Kalapuya, Chinook, Mollala, Kathlamet, Cowlitz, and many other bands and tribes that call “Portland” Oregon home.