Sanaz Mazinani

Sanaz Mazinani’s 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.

Her projects have been exhibited in venues such as Museum Bärengasse in Zurich, Art & Architecture Library at Stanford University, University of Toronto Art Center, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, Sarai in New Delhi, di Rosa Museum in Napa, ASU Museum, Gallery 44 Center for Contemporary Photography in Toronto, and Emirates Financial Towers in Dubai.

Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery