TIME LightBox Features Memories Unspoken 

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Dear Friends, 


I am so very thrilled to share with you today's feature of Memories Unspoken on 
TIME Lightbox.  

Shown as part of the 2014 BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University; Memories Unspoken combines images from the discovery that my grandmother – a migrant to the north – was a life-long image-maker.  

 
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It has become increasingly clear how central this work will be to my overall practice, combining the personal and the political, as well as engaging with the medium of photography in ways that I look forward to continuing to explore and expand upon.
 
Many thanks for your contribution and support, 

Zalika


Memories Unspoken to be included in upcoming BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University

 
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Untitled (Revisiting Apartment A-635), 2014
Memories Unspoken
Zalika Azim


Opening Reception:
Thursday, March 27th, 2014 from 6-8pm

Combining images from a rich photo archive discovered after her grandmother's passing, Zalika Azim grapples with her grandmother's life as an uncelebrated photographer, curator, collector and family archivist. Entitled 'Memories Unspoken' the installation, to be featured in Show Two, sets forth to explore the significance of the Photograph in the making and revisiting of space, history, memory and redefining the self. 
Installation Sketch (excerpt)
Opening Reception:
Thursday, March 27th, from 6-8pm
 

Department of Photography & Imaging, 
Tisch School of The Arts, New York University 
721 Broadway at Waverly Place, 8th Floor Gallery 
New York City


Show Two, is the second in a series of three shows that will eventually present the works of the entire 2014 BFA senior class from the Department of Photography & Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. Installed in the Gulf + Western Gallery (1st floor rear lobby) and the 8th Floor Gallery at 721 Broadway, New York, NY. The show will feature works in photography, digital imaging, and multimedia. On view through April 28th, 2014. 
Gallery Hours: Weekdays, 10am - 7pm & Saturdays, 12pm - 5pm

Many thanks for your support, 

Zalika