Mona Bozorgi is an artist-scholar whose interdisciplinary research and artistic practice focus on identities in the age of post-humanism. Her work offers new ways of thinking about subjectivity, matter, and the process of materialization while exploring the intersections of bodies and technology. Bozorgi's work reflects the importance of inclusive representation while questioning photography as the only representation. Her work also explores the performative nature of photography by focusing on the entanglement between the materiality of the photographs and their meanings.
Bozorgi received her MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and she is currently working on her doctoral dissertation in the interdisciplinary Fine Arts program at Texas Tech. Bozorgi is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Florida State University.