Tokyo/Damascus by Sanaz Mazinani
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Laminated circular pigment print flush mounted to Dibond
Signed, titled, dated, and editioned, in ink, au mount verso
Printed in 2017
Edition of 3 (#1/3)
Sanaz Mazinani is an artist, curator, and educator based in San Francisco and Toronto. She holds her undergraduate degree from Ontario College of Art & Design University and her MFA from Stanford University.
Her work explores the relationship between perception and representation by drawing on concepts such as censorship, scale, and the body as a site of action or violence. Working primarily in photography and large-scale photo-based installations, her practice intersects conceptual and formal boundaries of the photographic image in response to site, sight, and insight, especially in relation to digital culture.
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Conference of the Birds Statement (PDF)
Imminent Infinite Statement (PDF)
Windows On The World (PDF) - SF Weekly, March 2017
Crossing a Cultural Divide: The Art of Sanaz Mazinani (PDF) - Design: A Beginners Handbook, February 2017
Immigrant memories inspired these siblings' art collab — then the travel ban nearly tore them apart (PDF) - CBC, February 2017
Mirror Image (PDF) - The Source, April 2016
Sanaz Mazinani and The Found Image (PDF) - Tussle, March 2016
Seeing Fractured Explosions in Fragmented Mirrors (PDF) - Hyperallergic, May 2015
Sanaz Mazinani (PDF) - Artforum, September 2014
The 5x5 Site Specific Project (PDF) - Flash Art, September 2014
New York Gallery Beat: 6 Critics Review 18 Shows (PDF) - Artnet News, May 2014
In Sanaz Mazinani's Collages, Photographs Lie, Beautifully (PDF) - Artsy, April 2014
Sanaz Mazinani Warps War Photography Into Kaleidoscopic Collages (PDF) - Vice: Creators, April 2014
Site, Sight, and Insight (PDF) - Gallery 44, April 2013
Sanaz Mazinani (PDF) - Border Crossings, 2012
Frames of The Visible (PDF) - David Fresco