Naz Rahbar is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist with drawing at the core of her practice; they work in print, artist books, performance, animation, and installation. Her work often explores the figure; considering bodily identity as primarily relational through various concepts, such as body knowledge, body and land, bodies and borders and bodies as borders. Naz graduated with a BFA from OCAD University in 2009. They have been active in arts education, and community arts in Toronto , and across the GTA. They completed a bachelor of Education with a Fine Arts focus at York University in 2012, and an MFA at York University in 2019. Naz currently teaches part time in Art Fundamentals and Illustration at Seneca college.