This short film follows artist Farhad Berhaman as we photographs local residents of the Isle of Portland, Dorset, with his Afghan Camera Box.
Farhad Berahman is an Iranian artist based in Nottingham, UK. His artwork incorporates analogue photography and sculpture to explore place and migration.
b-side, on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, commissions artists to make artworks in response to place: drawing upon the history, architecture and geography of a site and working with communities as participants and researchers.
Part of a three part film series for Who Are We?, this short film focuses on CONVERSATION as an essential artistic process in the production of people and place.
Who Are We? is a cross-platform event produced by Counterpoints Arts and Open University — designed for Tate Exchange (Tate Modern) — reflecting on identity, belonging, migration and citizenship.
Featuring Farhad Berahman
Commissioned by b-side and Who Are We?
Directed by Marcia Chandra