seven musicovisual encounters with iranian cinema
these musico-visual encounters with iranian cinema have been created and produced by arden zahedi-bogucka and massod vadiee. They feature filmmakers and musicians; bahman ghobadi, abbas kiarostami, bahram bayzai, marziyeh mashkini, christophe rezai,…
these musico-visual encounters with iranian cinema have been created and produced by arden zahedi-bogucka and massod vadiee. They feature filmmakers and musicians; bahman ghobadi, abbas kiarostami, bahram bayzai, marziyeh mashkini, christophe rezai, michael lorence and soheil nafisi. These musico-visual vignettes are currently available at Jagiellonian University and Asia Pacific Museum in Poland as well as several other cultural institutions in Europe.
"it is an absolute joy to behold what Massod Vadiee, Arden Zahedi-Bogucka and their friends in Poland are doing with Iranian cinema in this series of clips--bravo! they are rediscovering the masterpieces of Iranian cinema with creative ingenuity, with joy, with pride--watch this video and delight" Professor Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University,USA
massod vadiee is an iranian-american hiv/aids physician and a multidisciplinary visual art critic based in london(uk), krakow (poland) and austin (texas). massod has created " az kolexion e London " and " eramrynek " non-profit residency spaces for dialogues on polymorphic-hybrid art and installation photography. eramrynek organizes exhibitions and hosts residencies for emerging artists primarily living in eurasia region.massod's own solo and group exhibitions " migrating identities " and " hostage to metamorphosis " photo installations series have been exhibited in united states and europe.
Arden Zahedi-Bogucka is an independent curator and designer working with Dokumuzik Projekts and Eramrynek Groups. She is currently based in United Kingdom.and Poland.Arden works for European Independent Curators Group (EICI ) which produces exhibitions, events, publications, and training opportunities for diverse audiences. A catalyst for independent thinking, EICI connects curators, artists, and institutions to forge international networks and new forms of collaboration.