Tessa Hulls is a multidisciplinary artist/writer/adventurer who is fascinated by the concept of home. As the daughter of two first-generation immigrants who landed in a town of 350 people, she spent her formative years reading her way through the public library and roaming alone through the hills and this love of solitude, research, and forward motion informs much of her creative practice. Her restlessness has joyously dragged her across all seven continents, and she lives a semi-nomadic seasonal lifestyle that allows her to conduct creative field research in exceedingly remote places. She is currently working on a nonfiction graphic novel exploring the loss of language, cultural divides, mental illness, mixed-race identity and the American fascination with the frontier as told through the life story of her maternal grandmother, Sun Yi.