Via Berlin, Germany
Anahita Razmi is a Berlin-based artist mainly working with video, installation, new media and performance. Her work involves reconsidering visual memory, stereotypes and political conditions within the contexts of both the Orient and the Occident. Recent exhibitions include: “Some Links, Some Projections,” Ab/Anbar, Tehran (solo exhibition), 2014; “Daily Memories,” Kunstmuseum Magdeburg (2014); “Music Palace," Villa Empain, Brussels (2014); “Perpetually Transient,” Kunstraum Riehen, Basel (2014); “Encyclonospace Iranica,” Access Gallery, Vancouver (2013); “The Wall Behind Which Something/Nothing* Happened,” Laznia Centre, Gdansk (2013); “Nostalgia Nervosa,” State of Concept at ReMap4, Athens (2013); “Swing State,” Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken (solo exhibition), 2013; “Right Brain Problems,” Heidelberger Kunstverein (2013); “Automatic Assembly Actions,” Carbon12, Dubai (solo exhibition), 2013. In 2014 she was awarded the Goethe-Institute Villa Kamogawa Residency in Kyoto. Other residencies and awards include the MAK-Schindler Artists and Architects-in-Residence Program, Los Angeles (2013) and the Emdash Award, Frieze Foundation (2011).