As a surrealist, one contemplates the liminal threshold(s) of multidimensional reality. Paradigms of being presence illuminate an infinite kaleidoscope of biological, social-political , trans-personal and transcendental circumstances of consciousness.
Dana McCool is a Canadian interdisciplinary artist, designer, writer, human rights activist and anarchist. Using symbolism, colour harmonies and universal archetypes, her work opens gateways into the unseen dimensions of Self, Other, Spirit and The Unknown. With a background in sociology, religious studies and philosophy, she is interested in contemplations that lead to revelations about the expansive core of our trans-personal human condition.
Dana is a graduate from OCAD University in Toronto, with degrees in fine art and social sciences. She also has an academic background in religious studies with the University of Toronto. For more information on Dana's work, feel free to contact her.