Minoosh Zomorodinia

Visual artist

Minoosh Zomorodinia, an Iranian-born interdisciplinary artist, makes visible emotional and psychological reflections inspired by nature and the environment, employing walking as a catalyst to reference technological power as a colonial structure while negotiating land boundaries. Her “strollings” reimagine land and technology relationships and transformations of memories into physical space. Zomorodinia serves with Southern Exposures’s Curatorial Council, Berkeley Art Center, SFCamerawork Program Committee, and is Co-Chair of Women Eco Artists Dialog. Her awards, residences, and grants include: Kala Media Fellowship, Headlands Center for the Arts, Djerassi Residency, Recology Artist Residency, Alternative Exposure Award, and California Arts Council Grants. She has exhibited at many locations including San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and Nevada Museum of Art. She was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, Hyperallergic, and KQED media. She holds a MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, and a BA/MA from Azad University, Tehran.