Martina Pozzan (b. 1989, Schio, Italy) is a photographer with a background in interior design and scenography. Following her studies at the Politecnico di Milano, Università Iuav di Venezia and Istanbul Bilgi University, she earned her Master in Photography degree from the Università Iuav di Venezia. Her practice explores the interaction between the natural and artificial and investigates the borders between visible and invisible representations of reality. Her work attends to the social and political dimensions of the subjects she depicts, and she adopts both documentary and performative frameworks in her photography practice.
Her ongoing project, Musa x paradisiaca L., which investigates the conservation of biodiversity through biological collections, was exhibited at Celidonia in Marano Vicentino, in July 2022, at ZÖNOTÉKA in Berlin, October 2021, and at the Blackwood Gallery in Toronto, in September 2020.
Pozzan is a member of the ZONE-poème- theatre company, international research, creation, and performing arts collective currently at work on the performance BARBARE (zone -XIV-) for the European Museum of Translation. Pozzan is based in Berlin, where she is currently collaborating with Armin Linke.

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