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 planning a performance event for the week of 4-11 June.