Saba Zavare

21 مرداد

ساعت:  18:00

محل برگزاری:

کانون معماران معاصر/گالری اردیبهشت

هزینه: 40،000 تومان

 

 Andar(Bir)uni

Andaruni and Biruni (private and public zones of the household in traditional Iranian architecture) are often referred to as old-fashioned ways of organising space, belonging to the past, in Iranian modern architecture. In this presentation, I would like to take a survey on how the gendered conceptions of public and private, manifest in the Andaruni/Biruni segragation, are continuously being reproduced by different means in the urban spaces; reviving the old notion of Andaruni (as female's spaces), scattered in the public spaces of Biruni (mainly male-dominated spaces).

Education:  2013 - present : PhD Candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London

2011 - 2012    : MA FA (Distinction), Chelsea College, University of the Arts, London

2010 - 2011    : Fine Art and History of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London

2004 - 2010    : BA Architecture, Art Universuty of Tehran

Selected exhibitions and performances:

2015, Forced Interuption, participatory video, as part of Enghelab Street group exhibition, ZK/U Berlin

2014, from one home to the other, interactive performance-lecture exploring layers of different maps we move one when we travel, as part of the Graduate Festival at Goldsmiths, University of London

July-August 2013: Looking for Tehran, a travel-performance project of one month travelling

overland from London to Tehran

2013, If the spring comes one day, interactive performance, SOAS University

2012, Half-open mouth, Poetry performance and book launch, The Yard Theatre, London

2012, I’m my leftover baby, MA Final Show, Chelsea College of art and design

2012, No matter how far, group performance, Brunei Gallery, London

2012, Olympics in Syria, Performance in public space, Olympic site in Hyde Park, London

2012, one-on-one performance, Land of Kings Festival, London

2012, how do you spend your day?, the Round Chapel, Chelsea Salon Series, London

2012, you may say I’m a dreamer, well I really think so, video-performance, curated show by Cape Fare well

2011, One-on-one performance, Curated show by Stoke Newington Int. Airport, LASD, London

2011, I’m not the other, video-performance, Group Exhibition, Rag Factory Gallery, London

Publications and press:

2015, Sleeping with Tehran, Performance Research Journal, On Sleep issue

2013, Travel-report project with Shargh newspaper which was published for a month during the one

month travelling overland from London to Tehran

2012, Half-open mouth, poetry book in Persian