20 November 2020

The piece Cross Cultural addresses the interactions and relationships between source and host cultures. It is specifically about my experience as an Iranian person living in Australia. I left Iran in my late twenties and ...

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20 November 2020

This piece comments on the shameful official treatment of refugees in offshore detention centres, known as The Medallion of Selfishness. It is my satirical response to two tragic incidents that have taken place on Manus ...

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6 November 2020

Some theorists argue human life is surrounded by codes (Chandler, Daniel 2007). In the Weapons series, I use the gun as a symbol of power, hunger, and force. In this body of work, I also represent mankind ...

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6 November 2020

In the Severed Roots series I show my interest in ancient stories about the creation of humanity and how it relates to my culture. In this series I chose the story of the creation of ...

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3 November 2020

Another series which I created regarding to humanitarian issues is the Rattraps. The name Rattraps is referring to complicated relationships between people, especially in situations of dominance and power. This body of work is trying ...

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3 November 2020

There is No North Point is a large work (200x 500cm), which in corporates many layers of meaning in both the drawing and the presentation. The size determines its status as a gallery piece, intended ...

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3 November 2020

In the Locks & Keys series, the stereotype of the lock signifies femininity sexuality, and power. The stereotype of the key signifies a solution, power, and manhood. Not only do these two objects interconnect with ...

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3 November 2020

In the Human Rights series, I used the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and I illustrated my opinions about these articles in two ways. I tried to support the ideas and humanistic values that were mentioned in ...

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2 November 2020

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2 November 2020

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