4in x 6in
Marina Zamalin is a photographer interested in studying historical, social and psychological aspects of urbanization. She was a recipient of the IDMI Institute scholarship and a Graduate Assistantship in Photography from NYU Poly. In 2010, she participated in the Bronx Museum AIM program. Most recently, her artwork has been exhibited at the Flux Factory's Shakeout show, Bronx Biennial, Sacred Gallery, Governors Island Figment Sculpture show, K&K Gallery and Brooklyn Historical Society. She holds a Master’s degree in Integrated Digital Media from NYU Poly. Marina currently resides in Brooklyn.
Cityscapes is a series of photographs that explore industrial enclaves of Brooklyn, New York. This project is a study of the present-day function and purpose of such places in increasingly post-industrial environments.