The Space Between I and more art by Nilou Kazemzadeh

The Space Between I, 2019
17.5 x 55 inch (h x w)
Ink jet printed family Photos with screen printed hand writing

Nilou Kazemzadeh is a multidisciplinary artist who is interested in studying and creating work that brings into question how sociopolitical constructed systems of being affects one's understanding of self and of one's surroundings. Her identity work revolves around her Iranian-American upbringing. Her work specifically addresses the gray area found in-between those two cultures. As a child of immigrant parents she often found it difficult to find her place in between these two forces. This manifests itself through family photos from the artists own childhood and photos of relatives known and unknown. This symbolizes her desire to connect to her Iranian heritage through memories past.

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