Kendall Nordin is a DC-based multi-disciplinary artist. Her works on paper, sound, and installation pieces have been in solo and group exhibitions in the southeastern US, Melbourne, Australia, and Tallinn, Estonia. In Spring 2010, while in Melbourne, Australia she produced and conducted PANIC, a 22-piece all women rock improv orchestra. She founded the 24-Hour Drawing Project with colleague Hannah Bertram in 2005 and has since performed it 4 times. She received an MFA from RMIT University in Melbourne. In alternate public lives, she was, amongst other things, a preschool mentor teacher, a published poet, a bass player, a lobbyist for low power radio, and an associate producer for documentary film.