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Magali Duzant

artist  |  Magali Duzant

New York

scouted by Fotomagazin Der Greif

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Magali Duzant is a New York based artist and photographer. Working with time-based processes she incorporates photography, video, and text to examine the roles of technology and translation as mediators of our experiences as well as our desires to track, record and analyse our daily lives. Using collaborative and durational structures to frame projects, she has had her aura photographed every two weeks for a year, collected the scattered impressions ... Read more
Magali Duzant is a New York based artist and photographer.

Working with time-based processes she incorporates photography, video, and text to examine the roles of technology and translation as mediators of our experiences as well as our desires to track, record and analyse our daily lives.

Using collaborative and durational structures to frame projects, she has had her aura photographed every two weeks for a year, collected the scattered impressions of a full moon during a hurricane, made cyanotype exposure units out of slide projectors and is gathering 24 live streamed sunsets via wifi-enabled surveillance cameras from 24 time zones to morph into one perpetually setting sun.

Projects are based in time and are often site-responsive, taking the course of the day to unfold as the passage of light across an object illuminates the room in infinite variations or an image takes hours to expose in front of the viewer. Through the process of continual collection personal experiences are archived and made collective, presenting themselves as catalogues of the everyday. In working within a process-based practice romantic gestures emerge from the data as answers to a rapidly changing, digitised world. Read less
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