Alternations is a performance and film exploring the notion of shifting identities. It was originally screened at AtreEast gallery, New York, May 2004 as part of an exhibition entitled ‘Near’ and later at the 2nd Bishkek International Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Curated by Mutratbek Djumaliev, Gulnara Kasmalieva and Sara Raza, ...

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Armada was a single day interventionist, participatory event that commented upon Liverpool’s historical legacy as a port city in collaboration with artist, Elena Cassidy-Smith. The event took place outside the Maritime Museum, Albert Docks for the Liverpool Independents Biennial 2008. We invited passers by to make folded paper ships from ...

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Who’s Afraid was a one day happening/intervention/performance in Birmingham City Centre in 2008. It coincided with a time of discussions around banning the Hijab in France. As an artist of Iranian descent, having studied the historical rise and fall of the Hijab in Iranian history, as well as the wider political and ...

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Still Life was 10 day durational installation and performance at The Article Gallery, Birmingham, February 2011. It was opened to the public from the moment the door to the gallery was opened and first items were brought into the space. The Gallery space was split into two distinct areas of ...

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