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Magali Duzant

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A Clearing In The Woods, 2012 C Print, 35mm Slide, Projector 50" X 40" © @ Magali Duzant 2012
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Beyond The Pale, 2014 Video 10 Minutes, Wall Sized Variable © © 2014 Magali Duzant
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Beyond The Pale, 2014 Video 10 Minutes, Wall Sized Variable © © 2014 Magali Duzant
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How To Tell Time, 2015 Prismatic Acrylic And Pvc 12" X 3" X 3" Variable © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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Live Streaming Sunset, 2014 Live Video, Wifi Surveillance Cameras, Vinyl 72" X 96" © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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I Looked & Looked, 2013 Copper Etching 4 X 6 © © 2013 Magali Duzant
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Live Streaming Sunset, 2015 Live Video, Wifi Surveillance Cameras, Plexi Screen 55" X 36" © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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Live Streaming Sunset, 2014 Live Video, Wifi Surveillance Cameras, Vinyl 72" X 96" © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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The Sea, The Sea ( install shot ), 2015 Cyanotype On Cold Press Paper Exposed Via Slide Projector 40 X 60 © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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The Sea, The Sea, 2015/16 Cyanotype On Cold Press Paper 13" X 19" © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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I Looked & Looked, 2015 Artist Book, Edition Of 500 Published By Conveyor Editions 4 X 6 © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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I Looked & Looked, 2015 Artist Book, Edition Of 500 Published By Conveyor Editions 4x6 © © 2015 Magali Duzant
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I Looked & Looked, 2015 Artist Book, Edition Of 500 Published By Conveyor Editions 4" X 6" © @ Magali Duzant 2015
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I Looked & Looked, 2015 Artist Book, Edition Of 500 Published By Conveyor Editions 4 X 6 © @ Magali Duzant 2015
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Queens, NY
Birth year
1987
Lives in
Queens, NY
Works in
Brooklyn, NY
Schools
Parsons School of Design
Carnegie Mellon University
Statement

Magali Duzant is a Queens based artist working within an expanded photographic practice. Her timebased works explore the place of technology and translation as mediators of our daily experiences as well as a 21st century desire to track, record, and analyze our surroundings. She holds a BHA from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA from Parsons Te New School for Design. She recently received a 2016 SU-CASA artist's residency to create a narrative book and series of photographs with a senior center in Corona, Queens. She is participating in the Queens Museum's 2016 Queens International, Flux Factory's Fung Wah Biennial, and the SPRING/BREAK Art Show. She was awarded a 2015 Queens Council on Te Arts grant for her public art piece, Live Streaming Sunset, a live tracking of the sunset across the globe in real-time as a measure of the digital sublime. Exhibitions in 2015 included Lif Of curated by Elisabeth Biondi at Fridman Gallery in New York, Mystics curated by Vice Magazine's photo editor Elizabeth Renstrom, and a two part exhibition, Unbound, looking at expanded photographic practice, in Australia at Sawtooth in Tasmania and the Parramatta Artists Studios in Sydney. She has held residencies at the NARS Foundation in Brooklyn, NY, Parramatta Artist Studios in Sydney, Australia and the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California. Her book, I Looked & Looked, was published in 2015 by Conveyor Editions. The title comes from a love letter that Alfred Stieglitz wrote to Georgia O’Keefe on the night of September 25, 1923. In his letter, Stieglitz describes a full, white moon over Lake George, New York. On the same night, O’Keefe penned a description of a pink moon, as witnessed from the shore of York Beach, Maine. Inspired by the synchronicity of this romantic exchange, Duzant called upon twenty creatives to describe the full moon, in anonymity, on the same night from vantage points across the country. That night was October 29, 2012, which brought the unexpected force of Hurricane Sandy, and led to wildly varying accounts of a single sky. Her piece, Live Streaming Sunset, was frst shown at the Dumbo Arts Festival in 2013. Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at the Sydney College of Ar, the Neue Galerie im Hohmannhaus, Augsburg, Germany, 1 Maxstraße in Berlin, and the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. She has been featured through editorials and interviews in many print and online magazines including Der Greif, Yet Magazine, Aint-Bad, and SoSo, among others.