(Up)rooted: A study on Immigrant Flora
|When||9 Sep 2018 - 19 Sep 2018|
|Where||The Shed Space
366 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Opening – Sunday September 9th at 6:00PM
by appointment until September 19th
Bahar Behbahani is a New York based artist, whose research-based practice explores cultural landscapes. Through a range of media—painting, video, installation, and interactive lectures—she reinvents archival materials to question the relationship between knowledge, power, and spatial memory.
(Up)rooted: A study on Immigrant Flora, is a process-oriented and multidisciplinary exhibition, including film, photography, drawing and sound. This body of work is part of a larger ongoing series of Immigrant Flora which stages the plants as witness across different landscapes to examine the culture of immigration. In this series of works Behbahani collaborated with her mother as a dynamic agent to interlace the language, spiritual, and ritual aspect of repositioning body, memory, and commerce.
To learn more about Bahar’s work visit www.BaharBehbahani.com
Image: Untitled 1 (detail), 2018, Graphite, stainless steel wire on canvas, 20×16 inch.
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