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Women Cinemakers meets

Bahar B. Faraz Lives and works in Sweden My works take a critical and at the same time personal view of social, political and cultural issues. In my works, I challenge my gender, the rolls that society has been imposed to me as a woman and as an Iranian. I challenge the social norms from a female point of view. I try to understand my body and use is in a therapeutic way to conquer the difficulties that I have experienced in my life. AUTHENTIC is an attempt to show us that we are all original no matter what. ( )

An interview by Francis S. Quettier and Dora S. Tennant womencinemaker@berlin.com

Marked out with such a captivating crossdisciplinary approach, artist Bahar B. Faraz's work deviates from traditional trajectory to operate in the field of visual arts with a particular focus on video performance to take a critical and at the same time personal view of social, political and cultural issues that affect our unstable contemporary age. Featuring both elegance and insightful criticism, Faraz's challenges the social norms from a female point of view, as well as of the urgent themes of sustainability that affects our media driven contemporary age. We are particularly pleased to introduce our readers to

her captivating and multifaceted artistic production. Hello Bahar and welcome to

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we would like to introduce you to our readers with a couple of questions regarding your background. You are basically self-taught and we have appreciated the way your practice include a variety of media that ranges from photography to painting and video, and before starting to elaborate about your artistic production, we would invite to our readers to visit https://vimeo.com/user12073585 in order to get a synoptic idea about your artistic production. Are there any particular experiences that did address you to such multidisciplinarity?

A still from

, 2017, video performance Length: 4 minutes Material: Stamp and ink

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