Darian Goldin Stahl is an American artist. She began her pursuits in printmaking studying intaglio and bookmaking at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy in 2008. In 2011, she received a BFA in Printmaking with Highest Distinction at Indiana University Bloomington, followed by an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Alberta in 2015. She has exhibited her works in galleries in Canada, the United States, and in Slovakia, Egypt, and China.
In 2016, Darian Goldin Stahl was awarded a Scholarship Residency at Malaspina Printmakers, where her current work is concentrated on the complex emotions that accompany a medical diagnosis of chronic illness and the status of our fallible bodies. Her works investigate the psychological schism between what the body is able to perceive and what is revealed by internal medical scans. She explores this idea using photographic printmaking techniques that incorporate MRI scans, hospital gowns, and historical medical imagery. This arts-based research is a collaborative cycle of informing and reconstructing identity with her sister, Devan Stahl, who is a Clinical Bioethicist at Michigan State University.