Minoosh Zomorodinia is an Iranian-born Bay Area interdisciplinary artist/ educator/ curator whose work explores the relationship between humans, nature and technology. She uses walking as a way to negotiate the boundaries of land, challenge the power of technology as a colonial structure and reimagine our relationship with nature. Her work addresses the natural forces as a resistance and makes visible the emotional and psychological reflections of her environment by photo and video. Zomorodinia has received numerous awards and grants, including the YBCA 100, Kala Art Media Fellowship, the Alternative Exposure Award and completed residencies including Headlands Center for the Arts, Djerassi Residency, Recology Artist Residency and many more. Zomorodinia is a Co-Chair of Women Eco Artists Dialog and a member of the Program Committee at Berkeley Art Center, SF Camerawork and former Southern Exposures’s Curatorial Council Member. She has exhibited locally and internationally including the Asian Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Pori Art Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art, among others.