Jordana is a social practice visual artist and documentary filmmaker. She has a passion for using art to create social change and has collaborated with policy makers and community organizers to do so. Jordana has co-created visual art pieces with various marginalized groups, including undocumented artists living in deportation centers, families seeking asylum, artists in the New York City incarceration system. She received her MFA in Social Practice from the Corcoran School of Art and Design at the George Washington University and created the multimedia project (Un)Natural Divides and The Body Spectrum, a documentary exploring gender identity. Her fellowship film is “Free for All”.
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