Hannah Claus’ installations engage with metaphor as a sensory experience, interpreting Indigenous cosmologies and methodologies as active concepts grounded in memory, time and relationships. Some exhibitions include, Wearing Our Identity (McCord Museum, Montreal, 2016), Reading the Talk (2014) currently touring various public galleries in Ontario, Changing Hands 3: Art Beyond Reservations (Museum of Modern Art, NYC, 2012) and the permanent exhibition for the First Peoples Hall, C’est notre histoire (Musée de la civilization, Quebec, 2014 – ongoing). She sits on the Board of Directors as Vice-President for the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones, and was the Co-Chair for the colloquium Iakwé:iahre (Montreal 2014) and Kwä̀n Mày Dáyè Dàátthʼi (Whitehorse 2016). She has taught Indigenous contemporary arts at Concordia and McGill Universities and the Kiuna Institute, a First Nations college in Odanak, Quebec. Claus is of Kanien’ke:hàka and Euro-Canadian heritage; she lives and works in Montreal.