Born in 1995 in Cairo, Dania Hany is an emerging visual artist. Her work evokes themes of family, grief and human’s relation to their surroundings. Her photographic practice can be described as observations of surroundings, fueled by personal life events. She uses the camera as a tool to heal, communicate and make sense of what’s around.
Since 2015 she’s been transitioning to the use of analogue instead of digital, regarding how the process and the results feel more rich. She wishes to pursue a career in documentary photography, working on assignment and working on short and full length documentaries.
Dania’s work has been published online and exhibited in Cairo, London, Hanover and Stockholm.