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Nazanin Noroozi is a multi-disciplinary artist who works with moving images, printmaking, and alternative photography processes. Her work is about the ideas of collective loss and displacement as expressed through imperfect materials, poorly framed or overexposed family photos, shaky or blurred amateur clips, or pixelated, low quality video recordings. Images in Noroozi's work serve as vehicles for alternative versions of history, memory, people, and place. Moving between still images and time-based mediums, she uses archeology of technologies such as super 8 home-videos and early computer graphics to explore the fragile idea of home that never materializes.

Noroozi’s work has been widely exhibited at galleries and museums across the world including SPACES, Cleveland, OH; Athopos, Athens, Greece; Golestani Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany; Immigrant Artist Biennial, NARS, Brooklyn; Noyes Museum of Art, New Jersey; as well as NY Live Arts, School of Visual Arts, and Postcrypt Art Gallery at Columbia University. She is the recipient of awards and fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (film and video), Marabeth Cohen-Tyler Print/Paper Fellowship at Dieu Donne, Artistic Freedom Initiative, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and Mass MoCA residency. She is an editor at large of Kaarnamaa; A Journal of Art History and Criticism. Noroozi completed her MFA in painting and drawing from Pratt Institute. Her works have been featured in various publications and media including British Journal of Photography, Die Zeit Magazine, Evergreen Review, BBC, Elephant Magazine, Financial Times, and Brooklyn Rail. She lives and works in New York City, NY. 

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