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Alternative Artistic Narratives on Iran Past

Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015 ,
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
- Amsterdam, NH, Netherlands

An evening with Cineblend and Dancing on the Edge.
In the context of the Framer Framed exhibition Crisis of Histoy #3: Beyond History we will show clips from Iranian visual artists and filmmakers who live within or outside of Iran. In a dialogue with the artists themselves, we will reflect on their work. How do these artists create alternative narratives to the dominant representation? Do these artists feel 'caught' between the official Iranian discourse and the Western discourse on Iran? Is there such a thing as a 'dominant discourse' or are there several discourses contradicting one another? Which audience(s) do the artists (want to) address?

With:
Barbad Golshiri
Reza Allamehzadeh
Nafiss Nia
Ehsan Fardjadniya

Moderator:
Negin Kianfar

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