Hans Rasch is a graphic artist and dancer originally from Miami, FL. He has worked for almost 10 years within the arts community as an arts administrator, graphic designer, and teacher. His love of pop culture, the highly saturated colors of Miami, street art and Graffiti, and the work of Naoko Takeuchi have informed his design aesthetic.
He is an animal for work, utilizing performance, dance, choreography, printmaking, set and costume design; Hans’ desire is to give his audience an immersive and transformative experience. His work often makes references to the series Sailor Moon, mythology, Queer and Latino culture. He holds and MFA in studio arts from Florida State University.
Hans has shared his works with audiences at Fountain Art Fair, the Miami Science Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Tallahassee, the Frost Art Museum, Nina Torres Fine Art, the Bureau of General Services- Queer Division, WOW Theater Cafe, Arts@Renaissance, and Otion Front Studios.
Hans is currently based in New York and freelances as a graphic designer and dance admin, and is the Studio Manager at Flamenco Vivo.