N. Masani Landfair looks to take materials considered undesirable and redefine the worth and the meaning already contained within them. She uses traditional collage and assemblage to create abstract social commentary, dream landscapes and spaces consciously and subconsciously she deals with every day.
N. Masani Landfair grew up in the heavily industrial community of South Chicago which contrasted constantly with the teachings and ways of her Southern Grandparents. They lived uninterrupted with much of the southern culture from their transition through the Great Migration. These influences shaped her views of beauty and worth in the simple to complex dilapidations.
N. Masani Landfair has shown at Museum of Science Industry’s Black Creativity (first place winner), Zhou B. Art Center, 33 Contemporary Gallery, Prizm Art Fair, Global Art Project in Italy, Mexico, Prizm Art Fair, and the San Francisco International Arts Festival. N. Masani Landfair lives in Northern Georgia.