Mahsa Biglow is a New York based, Iranian born visual artist and writer. Her research-based work investigates the intersection of art, mass media, and technology. She explores these themes in photography, video, installation, text, and performance through storytelling, oral history, and found footage. With her multi-channel video and sound installations, she creates immersive spaces that grapple with the agenda-setting role of television, social media, and other mass distributed media. She earned an MFA from Rutgers University and a BFA in Photography from University of Tehran, Iran. Her work have been exhibited nationally and internationally at The Elizabeth Foundation for The Arts (NY), Mana Contemporary (NJ), Visual Arts Center (TX), The Zimmerli Art Museum (NJ), Vermont Studio Center (VT), The Immigrant Artist Biennial (NY), sUgAR Gallaery (AR), Goggleworks Center for the Arts (PA), American Hungarian Foundation (NJ), Stroboskop Art Space in Warsaw, and Silk Road Gallery in Tehran, Iran.

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