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Sepideh Salehi
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Clinton Hill



ARTIST STATEMENT: My individual work spans printing, photography, video and animation revolving around the poetics of the veil as well as the stories from my own country of origin. My work primarily relies on paper,from which I creates videos, collages, drawing, photography and painting.The manual process is seminal to my own language and identity as an Iranian woman;however,the topics I explores,namely the power,the violence, the identity straddling national borders and cultures, as well as the role of women in our contemporary world, raise questions that refer to a more universal way of thinking.
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  • Mohr Portrait
    2016
    Photography installed on wood panel with frottage on Japanese Paper
    Photography, frottage on Japanese paper overlap, resulting in female figures depicted with their faces covered and a transparent pattern delicately laying upon them.

  • Strappa (video still frame) collaboration between me and another artist
    2016
    Video Art
    Conversation between males and females is embodied by the band of men playing Tonbak and the women tearing pieces of cloth apart.

  • Strappa (video still frame) collaboration between me and another artist
    2016
    Video Art
    Conversation between males and females is embodied by the band of men playing Tonbak and the women tearing pieces of cloth apart.

  • war and peace II
    2015
    ink, pencil and collage on paper
    Writing words, repeating and echoing it to tell a truth story coming from memory base on my own experience.

  • Mohr Portrait
    2016
    Photography installed on wood panel with frottage on Japanese Paper
    Photography, frottage on Japanese paper overlap, resulting in female figures depicted with their faces covered and a transparent pattern delicately laying upon them.

  • Mohr Portrait
    2016
    Photography installed on wood panel with frottage on Japanese Paper
    Photography, frottage on Japanese paper overlap, resulting in female figures depicted with their faces covered and a transparent pattern delicately laying upon them.

  • untitled memories
    2015
    pencil, frottage and collage on Japanese paper installed on wood panel
    abstract subjects; they evoke mental projections, blurred events from the past, hidden in our subconscious. Coming to surface through the act of rubbing and drawing.

  • memories I
    2007
    pencil, frottage and collage on japanese paper installed on canvas

  • memories II
    2010
    pencil and frottage on paper
    abstract subjects; they evoke mental projections, blurred events from the past, hidden in our subconscious. Coming to surface through the act of rubbing and drawing.
 








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