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  • Glenn Zucman 9:01 pm on 2016-08-05 Permalink
    Tags: 7500 Miles, Artist, Conversation, Iran, Mahsa Soroudi, Nature's Cadence,   

    Mahsa Soroudi 

    A conversation with Iranian artist Mahsa Soroudi. Life in Tehran. Immigrating to the United States and Southern California.

    The conversation focuses on two of her art projects, “Nature’s Cadence,” and “7,500 Miles.” The first a journey with drought-tolerant succulent plants that paralleled her own “drought” as an immigrant in a foreign land.

    7,500 Miles is the distance between Soroudi’s current home in Southern California, and her hometown, Tehran. In this exhibition Soroudi and fellow Iranian expatriate Parisa Ghaderi curate work from a range of Iranian women artists whose art defies Western stereotypes to explore the issues of their own lives and in their own time.

    http://www.mahsasoroudi.com

     
  • Glenn Zucman 11:59 pm on 2016-07-30 Permalink
    Tags: identity, Mahsa Soroudi, stereotypes, , Where are you really from   

    No, but where are you really from? 

    We were talking about these videos at Mahsa Soroudi’s reception for Nature’s Cadence tonight:

     
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