Field Nodes: A Photography Series by Sarita Zaleha

Field Nodes: Fjallsárlón, Iceland, archival pigment print, 36 x 54”, 2015

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Field Nodes: Rauðhólar, Iceland, archival pigment print, 36″ x 54″, 2015

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Field Nodes: Mývatn, Iceland, archival pigment print, 36 x 54”, 2015

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Field Nodes: Jökulsá á Fjöllum, Iceland, archival pigment print, 36 x 54”, 2015

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A Restless Sort, installation with video projection and one-way mirrors, dimensions variable, 2015

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A Restless Sort, detail, installation with video projection and one-way mirrors, dimensions variable, 2015

Video work from Iceland:
Where Should We Go from Here? (Tourists at Jökulsárlón)
A Restless Sort

 

Sarita Zaleha has exhibited her work extensively across the United States as well as in Iceland, Canada, and Germany. Her work on environmental loss and global warming has been featured in solo exhibitions in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and she has led numerous community-based events in Iowa City and Minneapolis. Zaleha received her MFA in printmaking with a minor in Intermedia at the University of Iowa.

 
Published on November 1, 2016.

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