Hannah Payette Peterson is a Berlin-based neurotech venture analyst, biomedical master's student and artist making surreal, science-inspired paintings. She previously studied biology and worked in neuroscience research. She is originally from Boston, USA and lived in Chile and Spain before settling in Berlin.
Hannah's artwork is very much inspired by her love of science (especially biology and astronomy) and science fiction. Her pop-surrealist style, developed with influence from artists such as Rene Magritte and magical realist literature, allows her to mix several ideas and themes into one painting to create dreamlike worlds. With her work, she hopes to remind people to consider the beauty of nature and the cosmos, and the tiny place we occupy within it.
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