WINDOWBOX Project Fall 2019: Sareh Imani
Sareh Imani is a Brooklyn based multi-disciplinary artist whose work incorporates sculpture, video installation and performance. She is interested in the reparative potentials of art and science, intimacy and distance, instructions and poetics. Her work explores fragmentation and integration, using both the human body as a nexus for being made whole, as well as the role of collective memory and social change.
Imani moved to US in 2016 to continue her education at Parsons School of Design. After receiving her MFA degree in May 2018, she participated in Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture followed by MASS MoCA residency. Currently she is doing Artist In Marketplace (AIM) program at Bronx museum. She just received a year long fellowship at A.I.R GALLERY which starts this September and ends with a solo show in 2020. She has been showing her work in various group shows in US, Europe, Iran and Dubai.