Norah Maki is an artist working at the intersection of the visual, the social, and the scientific. With a background in printmaking and sculpture, her work is informed by patterns of change over time. She explores common behavioral patterns as a way to understand social problems and is interested in the ways stories and words can be deployed to change the way people act and think. Norah has studied, worked, and exhibited in the U.S. and abroad, including as a James Joyce Foundation Scholar in Zurich, Switzerland. Before coming to New York, Norah spent several years focused on college access in rural Maine, where she developed multimedia programming to improve financial literacy and college-going rates for low-income, first-generation students. Norah is the co-founder of Singing Saw Press, a fine arts and poetry press that explores the formal elements of publication and holds a BA with Honors from Bowdoin College.