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Sari Nordman, originally from Finland, is a New York -based interdisciplinary artist working with video, dance and installation. She loves to travel to the isolated parts of the world to reflect on nature, history and female experience, the recurring themes in her works. She contemplates nature in specific locations and combined with her personal sense research juxtaposes feminine mystique with environmental anxieties. In her practice she observes whether there is a possibility to summon sensations that are hidden in a collective memory. She creates forms in time and space to rediscover the primitive alliance with nature.


Most recently she has presented her works at The Immigrant Artist Biennial, Odetta Gallery with SHIM Finland, Performance Mix Festival in NYC and TsakBam Festival in Greece.


She worked as a dancer with director-choreographer Dean Moss on several of his productions in 2009-2018 touring nationally and internationally. She holds a M.F.A. from NYU/Tisch School of The Arts.

Assembling on Antissa Kastro

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    Year created - 2019

    Dimensions - 7" x 12"




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