Dr Azadeh Fatehrad works primarily with still and moving images in the context of historical representation. As she explains: 'My practice is intertwined around a process of gathering information and generating new imagery in response to archival material I discover. It ranges from still and moving images to fictional stories, short films and artists' books.
My current research is entitled Double Agency: The Formation of Diaspora in Moving Image Practice. My interdisciplinary research overlaps with political science, sociology, representation, photography and moving image, and architecture.
Azadeh will give a lecture about her work on 3 May 2018 at 5.30pm in The Barn gallery.
She will be working with students in College during her residency, and is holding an exhibition that will be open on 14, 16, 18 and 20 June at 4.30-6.30pm or by appointment, please email Azadeh.