Diana Palermo is a visual artist who works primarily with lens-based, fiber, and print media. They are interested in the nuances of psychosexual experience and complexities of gender, the body’s relationship to process and labor, and the interrelation between religion, morality, and spirituality. Their work has been exhibited globally through performance, exhibitions, and solo shows most notably at the The Newark Museum, Montclair Art Museum, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Crane Arts, Printmaking Center of NJ, Index Art Center, Secret Project Robot, and Fuller Rosen Gallery. They have had their works published in books and magazines including The Pattern Base, Rapsodia Magazine, Curious Matter, Oltre, and Mineral House Media. They have also been a resident at the Vermont Studio Center. They received their BFA in material studies with a concentration in fiber media from the University of the Arts. They also received an MA in Art Education from Kean University. They are currently an MFA candidate at Columbia University.