This series, developed not only with paint, but also various materials such as cloth, lace and patterns sewn directly on life sized photo prints – stems from the various ways I have seen Iranian women like myself use small acts, day in and day out, to express themselves despite the veils forced upon them – small, discreet acts of expression (and resistance) that manifest themselves with color and gusto.
Oil on canvass, 16″ x 20″; first in the series “Pride”
Tracing the history of the colour calibration card through many lenses, I effectively remove all colours, save one.
This film uses images from a found 1957 Photographer’s Almanac to address the changing terminologies of lens-based practice.
Long Form Photography: A Photo That Lives: Window on Solitude
Installation piece that explores the experience of a mediated and isolated reality.
Moving light and shadows in a rhythmic manner are the essence of these works.
The Bed Series aims to open up dialogues relating to contemporary identity crafting, relationships to otherness, queer and transgressive experiences, and a shifting feminine aesthetic.
Where the sun rises and sets: the parking lot, the pinnacle of loose space. The symbolism of the line delineates the infinite and declaration of territory.
A disposable napkin made for public consumption embossed with a super absorbent quote declaring the napkins’ invisibility; rendering all invisible, visible.