Stacy Mehrfar in conversation with Stuart Smith, from GOST books, about The Moon Belongs to Everyone, a response to the contemporary experience of migration. This event will be live streamed online but also available to watch at an in-person screening in the gallery.
The Moon Belongs to Everyone is a multi-layered visual narrative set in a non-locatable landscape, the book reflects upon the loss of roots, and search for belonging in the wake of immigration.
Free event, donations welcome.
This hybrid event will be live streamed online but also available to watch at an in-person screening in the gallery. There are a limited number of in-person tickets available – please select this option when registering if you would like to attend the live talk at the gallery.
All appropriate precautions and COVID safety procedures will be followed.
Stacy Arezou Mehrfar is an Iranian-American visual artist whose work addresses issues of place and belonging, memory and narrative, and the symbiotic relationship between the individual and the collective. Mehrfar received an MFS by Research Photomedia from UNSW School of Art & Design in Sydney, Australia, and a certificate in the Creative Practices from the in New York. Her work has been exhibited and numerous venues including TEDx, ClampArt, Ethan Cohen KuBe, ICP, the Australian Centre of Photography, and the State Library of New South Wales. Mehrfar currently resides in New York City where she is faculty at the ICP and School of Visual Arts.
The director and cofounder of GOST Books, an independent visual arts and photography publisher founded in 2013. Designing since the late 80s, he established SMITH in 1994 and has become renowned for his specialization in typography and award-winning photo books.
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