Mona Bozorgi is an artist-scholar whose interdisciplinary research and artistic practice focuses on the intersections of bodies and technology. As a feminist new materialist, her work aims to provide alternative ways of understanding the contemporary self and its conversation with technology. This mode of exchange between humans and technologies and the materialization of the body through apparatuses inspired her to study their "intra-action" with a non-anthropocentric lens. The non-anthropocentric perspective offers new ways of thinking about subjectivity, matter, and the process of materialization. With this point of view, Bozorgi's recent work questions photography as a representation in favor of performativity and focuses on the entanglement between matter and meaning.
Bozorgi received her MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design in the United States. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Texas Tech University's interdisciplinary Fine Arts program in the College of Visual and Performing Arts with a concentration in Critical Studies and Artistic Practice.