Rachel Rozanski is a Canadian artist whose recent works contain themes of natural history, urban biodiversity and decay. She studied visual arts at Emily Carr University, Capilano and Langara, making research-based drawings and digital prints. Interested in depicting unpredictable material lifespans, she draws from objects and organisms that have become unidentifiable. Her work centres around the dramatic rate of biological, geological and material transformations occurring as we enter the Anthropocene. She has exhibited across Canada and internationally, showing works that explore how scientific concepts can be visualised to build new translations.