A one-day open studio with Amirali Mohebbinejad
New Media Projects – Tehran
Amirali Mohebbi Nejad (b. 1981, Iranian) is a Tehran-based video artist, singer/songwriter, and photographer. His artistic journey has started with photography and music since 2001, followed experimentations in video and installation. He enthusiastically pursues his video practice ever since he made his first video back in 2006. His videos have been shown on several occasions across the globe to name a few: “Invisible Present Tense” in Brazil, Canada and the United States, “Part of Me” in Paris and Tehran, and “If we ever meet again” at Thoman Erben Gallery, New York.
In the field of music, he initiated the founding of several underground bands; and meanwhile continued his solo project as a singer/songwriter. In recent years he has been working individually as a freelance artist in the Iranian music scene. His first album was released in early 2016. Nowadays, besides his solo activities, he is participating in several musical projects, collaborations. His works are mostly inspired by his personal concerns and reflects his view of the world surrounding him.
Mohebbinejad uses sound/visual collages and sound recording and carefully mixes them to create his multi-layer- audiovisual-scapes. New Media project is proud to host MADE UP, a one-day open studio with Amirali Mohebbinejad to mark his ten years of video making.
New Media Project: No 3, Araabi 3 St, N Kheradmand St., Karimkhan St, Tehran – Iran
Visiting hours: 4-8 pm