Hannah Spector is an interdisciplinary visual artist and poet working out of Austin, TX. Spector thinks of language as a solid object—a concrete and spatial expression that can overturn limiting perceptions of the everyday. They received their BA from The Honors College at The George Washington University, with a focus in Poetry & Critical Literary Theory. Spector graduated from UT Austin with an MFA in Printmaking & Transmedia. Spector has shown their work nationally and internationally,  including: Transformer Gallery (DC), The CAM Perennial (TX), Stoveworks (TN), The Katzen (DC), and Women and Their Work (ATX). Spector’s short films have won prizes at The DUMBO Film Festival and Berlin Shorts Festival. They are the area head for CORE:Time & Tech at UT Austin, and serve as the Secretary of the Austin artist collective, MASS Gallery.