Inbetweenness alludes to the ambiguities of deterritorialization and of hybrid cultural identity. It navigates a destabilizing state of diasporic existence by reimagining and experiencing childhood home through digital mapping tools. Searching for traces of the past within satellite imagery, aerial photography, and 360 photography, Kasra yearns for a sense of belonging to her homeland.


BY  Mona Kasra (US)

Mona Kasra is a new media artist, interdisciplinary researcher, and Associate Professor of Digital Media Design at the University of Virginia (UVA). Her work has been exhibited in galleries and online exhibitions, and she has juried, curated, and programmed for various film festivals and art exhibitions. (website: