Online Artist Talk: Leila Pazooki

 The Former Summer 2020 School and New Media Society  Present: Monday, March 8, 202106:30 pm Please click on the following link to join the zoom session:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84349198124 Born in Tehran in 1977, multimedia artist Leila Pazooki was educated at the National Art Academy of Tehran, The Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, and The Berlin University […]

Book Review Session: Archive & Photography

In an online panel with Arash Dehghani, Golara Jahanian, and Nasrin Talebi Sarvari Saturday, March 6, 2021 Hour: 7:30 PM  Link to join the zoom session:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85711897312 The following collection tries to reflect on the archiving system and try to find these resonances and buried salvations. Although the texts in this volume follow different methodologies […]

Production of Place in the Works of Abu Turab Khosravi

Click here to access the recorded lecture (in Persian) Poetica Project in collaboration with New Media Society: Online Lecture by Khalil Dermanaki Date: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 Hours: 6 to 8 p.m. In this online lecture, Khalil Dermanki, who has previously written several articles and essays on the works of Aboutorab Khosravi, addressed the issue […]

Continuous | Multimedia Performances

New Media Society in collaboration of Vali Art Gallery Presents: Continuous (Motavali) | Multimedia Performances Opening: Friday, Feb 14, 2020 – 6 pm Visiting Hours: 4-8 pm Visting days: Weekdays except for Saturdays and Friday, Feb 21st. Motavali (Continuous) brings together various performative positions across different disciplines from Lecture Performance to Multimedia Installations. Projects which […]

Public Presentation (1) “Artist / Curators”: Defy the Competitive Norms | Amirali Ghasemi

Tuesday, Jan 7, 2020 At 6 pm A Repeated Question: Where Does It Come From? This presentation began with a set of questions that could help shape the boundaries, position, mechanism, and application of curatorial practice. As the title of the presentation suggests, the focus was on the relative proposition between the artist/curators, not a […]