Hannah Meszaros Martin is an artist, filmmaker and writer. She holds a PhD from the Center for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London. Currently, she is a PostDoctoral Researcher working with Professor Andrea Ballestero in the NSF funded project Aquifers, Science and Responsibility at USC. She is also a Research Fellow at Forensic Architecture, which she has been a member of since 2012. With FA, she led the two-year investigation with the Colombian Truth Commission which culminated in the exhibition ‘Huellas de desaparición (Traces of Disappearance)’ which is currently touring Colombia. She directs a new unit of Forensic Architecture located in Bogotá called Plano Negativo. She was a Mellon-funded PostDoctoral scholar at the University of Santa Cruz from 2019-2020. She has exhibited at the House of World Cultures (Berlin, 2014), MACBA (Barcelona, 2017) and MUAC (Mexico City, 2017), the Center for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle (Warsaw, 2019), documenta(13), and Manifesta(13). She has published with the Journal of Political Ecology, Journal of Visual Cultures, Open Democracy, Third Text and Different Skies, a publication that she co-founded in 2012, and contributed to the book FORENSIS (Sternberg Press, 2014).