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Naz Shahrokh

artist  |  Naz Shahrokh

Abu Dhabi

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Naz Shahrokh's current work involves photography, drawing, video, and installation. Landscape and nature act as important sources of inspiration in her work. Along with the use of detritus often, either synthetic or organic or the mélange of the two, the artist attempts to transform the typically disregarded and commonplace materials into something less ordinary. She is drawn to the tactile process of assembling, collecting, giving new meaning to materials. As ... Read more
Naz Shahrokh's current work involves photography, drawing, video, and installation. Landscape and nature act as important sources of inspiration in her work. Along with the use of detritus often, either synthetic or organic or the mélange of the two, the artist attempts to transform the typically disregarded and commonplace materials into something less ordinary. She is drawn to the tactile process of assembling, collecting, giving new meaning to materials.

As often as possible, she strives to find a connection in her studio practice that is significant in conjunction to society, the individual, personal experiences, and like a narrator or a poet, through the use of collecting objects and images, like words, she assembles visual narratives.

Naz is currently working on several projects connected to land art, where she is investigating the landscape of the UAE, as well as a body of work linked to Cartography. Read less
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