Polina Isurin is a two-time immigrant who has exhibited domestically and abroad. Originally from Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia, she lived in Israel before coming to the United States with her parents. Her cross-cultural and bilingual upbringing influence her exploration into how the sites and remnants of memories structure culture, society, and identity. She is interested in the relationship between memory and in-between spaces. Polina's interdisciplinary art practice has always been dependent upon utilizing the medium most appropriate for the concept, while her site-specific work is generated alongside a specific community. Additionally, Polina has been teaching visual art courses to middle, high school, and college level students since 2012. 

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