Bio & Statement
Nazila Karimi is a graduate in Architecture and Art Research from Azad University, who works in the field of digital arts. Moreover, she researches, translates and writes books and articles, as well as creates video art in this area. She has started her activity in the field of photography by studying photography courses since 2015. Furthermore, she works in the field of social photography in addition to art photography.
Most of Karimi's video art and photography points to the effect of digital technology, which nowadays has a widespread presence in human life. Therefore, it is essential to investigate its dimensions and effects on a sensitive classification, for instance, art. Karimi applies the mental states and physical forms of human beings in relation to their inner and outer world in her collection of artistic photographs. Form and state are special features of her works; moreover, the subject is more central in her photographic work.
As a New Media artist researching the physical and digital forms, I explore the impact of digital technology, which is so prevalent in human life today, and its dimensions and effects on the visual arts.
In my view, the dynamic style and new language for expressing ideas and perspectives, and the abstract and pristine atmosphere with surprising events, are the things that are seen in Glitch Art and have led me to turn to Glitch Art. I interact with Glitch to get ideas and inspiration according to my social situation or my time and place, and I try to learn its techniques so that I can express them in my own language.
Mental states are the physical forms that human beings use in connection with their inner and outer worlds, Digital errors, pixel collapse, line breaks, black and white tones, contrast, the brightness and darkness in the images are all characteristic of my works and the subject is more central in my work.
I express my ideas and thoughts through installation, photos, video art and glitch art.