“Procession of 172 Souls to Heaven” is my visualization of the energy and atmosphere as innocent souls pass after the loss of lives due to acts of terrorism and atrocities.
Beautiful things don’t demand attention.
Levitating light bulb over a handmade diamond shaped wooden base
A glass phial contains artist’s tears.
Single-channel video chronicling the experiences of four immediate family members through the destruction and chaos inflicted by the youngest.
It is in the air for you and me :: No more
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.