Lana Z Caplan is a photographer, filmmaker and installation artist. Utilizing contemporary and art historical references, Lana’s work addresses both specific current political or social events and more general concerns of how we navigate our complicated existence of love and desire, loss and devastation, birth and regeneration. Her work has been widely exhibited, her films screened in festivals and museums all over the US and the world, in countries such as Spain, Mexico and Columbia. She has received grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Puffin Foundation among others. She received her BA from Boston University and MFA from Massachusetts College of Art, where she is now an assistant professor.