Golnaz Behrouznia

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  • ISEA2023

    “For several years now, Golnaz Behrouznia has been making a name for herself with her multi-media work based on the living thing. After her studies at the Fine Arts in Tehran, Golnaz Behrouznia took part in several exhibitions in Iran. Her gelatinous compositions, Floating Pieces, were hailed by the prize of the Biennial of Sculpture in 2007 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tehran. Following her training in digital creation in Toulouse in 2011, she presented Labo Organika, a series of artworks guided by her interest in the living, at the ENAC civil aviation school and the contemporary art museum of Toulouse les Abattoirs as part of the Novela festival. Golnaz Behrouznia’s recent work is based on a desire to question societal and environmental issues with the very tools that have shaped our last thirty years. Her drawings, installations and performances take part in several exhibitions in Iran, France and other countries.” _Xavier Malbreil
    In Dissimilarium, it’s the burning question of how to inhabit the world, when it may be an illusion, or when it perhaps already too late, or when hybridization has obliterated the original monad. The presence of foreign, biomorphic forms, mixed with recognizable elements of urban landscape, will give the viewer the feeling of being in a mutation of the world as we know it.

    Born in 1982 in Shiraz, Iran, Golnaz Behrouznia turned towards the visual arts at a very young age. She graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Tehran and pursued her art career in Iran and then in France from 2008, studying digital creation in Toulouse, France.


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  • France

Previous Location(s):

  • Shiraz, IR

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