Dale Small is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, photographer, and organizer based in Wichita, Kansas. At the intersection of design, photography, writing, and new media, their work confronts issues regarding misinformation, power, and privilege by emphasizing the importance of identity, memory, and representation. In 2019, they graduated from Wichita State University with a BA in Art History focused on new media, public art, and social practice. Dale’s work has been exhibited at the 13th Havana Biennial and 12th Gwangju Biennale as part of the offline digital exhibition !!!Sección ARTE: El Paquete Semanal. Dale currently works with the arts nonprofit Horizontes (known for the largest mural in the world) which facilitates advocacy and social justice through community arts initiatives.