Virtual Exhibiting Artist Talk with Gohar Dashti
August 12, 2020 4:00 pm
Gohar Dashti’s landscape photographs, currently on view in Complex Terrain(s), are a poetic exploration of the innate kinship between the natural world and our human experience. The landscape and natural environment is a key element in defining our concept of ‘home’. Gohar’s work seeks to connect her native Iran and her new American home through landscape imagery. Nature eschews arbitrary borders and is immune to cultural and political divisions, but as inhabitants, migrants, immigrants, we long to find familiar topographies in unfamiliar lands in an effort to reconstruct “home”.
Join us on Zoom for a live artist talk with Ms. Dashti, followed by Q&A.
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Free for Members, General Admission $10 suggested donation.
About Gohar Dashti
Gohar Dashti received her M.A. in photography from the Art University of Tehran in 2005. For the past 15 years she has been making large scale photography with a particular focus on social issues. Her work references history and contemporary culture, as well as the convergence of anthropological and sociological perspectives; employing a unique, quasi-theatrical aesthetic, she brings to bear a diverse intellectual and cultural experience to illuminate and elaborate upon her perception of the world around her.
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