Rachel Rozanski is a Canadian artist whose works contain themes of natural history, urban biodiversity and decay. She studied Visual Arts at Emily Carr, Capilano, and Langara and has taught at various galleries and artist run centres around Vancouver. Focusing on the textural qualities of drawing and printmaking, her works often centre around biological, geological and material transformations occurring in fabricated ecosystems across Canada. She is interested in how scientific concepts can be visualised to build new translations. Her research based drawings document the unidentifiable objects that make up an ecosystem in the Anthropocene.