Sareh Imani is an Iranian-born, multidisciplinary artist based in New York. Imani received an MFA in Painting from the University of Tehran and an MFA from the Parsons School of Design in New York. In her practice, Imani explores the ways of achieving resourcefulness, through care, mending, and healing in times of inadequacy. For the past 2 years, she has been making a series of videos that study the relation between virtual and visceral, borrowing from medical methodologies and exploring the reparative potentials of art and science, intimacy and distance, instructions and poetics.

Imani has been exhibiting her work in group shows both in the US (New York, Austin), Europe (Venice, Gothenburg), and the Middle East (Tehran, Dubai). She is the recipient of the one-year A.I.R fellowship (2020), and the Skowhegan School of painting and sculpture scholarship in 2018. In addition, she participated in the MASS MoCA residency (2018), AIM program at the Bronx Museum (2018), BRIC Workspace Residency (2019), BRIC Media fellowship (2020), and NARS foundation (2020).