Radha Chaddah is a Toronto based visual artist and scientist. Born in Owen Sound, Ontario she studied Film and Art History at Queen’s University (BAH), and Human Biology at the University of Toronto, where she received a Master of Science in Cell and Molecular Neurobiology.
Her cell photographs and multi-media installations have been exhibited across Canada and her photographs have appeared in numerous publications. She has lectured on basic cell and stem cell biology at OCADU, the Ontario Science Centre, Sheridan College and the Textile Museum of Canada. She currently uses the tools of research science in a laboratory setting to create cells grown from a variety of stem cells, the subjects of her photographs. In her studio she designs light sculpture installations for public exhibition. Her work examines the interconnected themes of knowledge, illusion, desire, and the unseen world.