Rohan DaCosta is an artist born in Chicago, Illinois and currently based in Oakland, California. He studied at Columbia College Chicago of Liberal Arts. He is the founder of and curator for GRACEGOD The Collective, which celebrates the unique work of artists, craftsmen, and activists from all over the world. His work in graphic design and clothing has been featured as limited edition merchandise at The Koppel Project in London. His writing has been published in Quiet Lightning’s monthly journal, sPARKLE & bLINK. His photography has been featured at The Flight Deck Gallery as part of the exhibition Attached to Machines: What Do We Do When Things Break Down? alongside fine art by Harriet Poznansky. His photograph “Buoy In The Still” is currently on display at Viscera Studio in Oakland. In his photography, he explores themes of intimacy and relationships, material and emotional.

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