Magali Duzant is a lens-based artist examining the role of technology as a mediator of our experiences and the desires inherent to recording, translating, and analyzing our surroundings through image and text. She holds an MFA in Photography from Parsons The New School for Design and a BHA in Fine Arts and Visual Culture from Carnegie Mellon University. Recent exhibitions include the 2016 Queens International at the Queens Museum, Fung Wah Biennial at Flux Factory, Lift Off at Fridman Gallery in NYC, Interpretations at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, and Unbound at Parramatta Artist Studios in Sydney, Australia. In 2015 her book, I Looked & Looked, a collection of 20 views of the moon on the night of Hurricane Sandy,inspired by the synchronicity of a romantic letter exchange between Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keeffe, was published by Conveyor Editions. She was awarded a Queens Council on The Arts Grant (2015) for her public work, Live Streaming Sunset, a 2016 SU-CASA grant from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and has held residencies in Berlin, Italy, Sydney, and New York.