Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Nebras Hoveizavi was born in Ahavaz, and lived in United States since her 20s, she graduated from California Institute of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Photo-Media in May 2014, and M.F.A. from the same Institute in May 2016. With her background in photography, she started working with moving image as a her medium along performance and installation. Incorporating elements of photography, sculpture, architecture, and installation, her current work is more distances from a traditional photographer. Her art explores, issues of identity, culture, and dislocation among other things. In 2012, Nebras joined Virtual Verite, a performance troupe established by renowned Los Angeles-based artist, Harry Gamboa Jr. She has been taught in Community Art Partnership in Valencia, California and photography and criticism in Tehran. Her works has been shown internationally and inside her home country, to name a few: Comfort Zone at Villa Kuriosum, Berlin, Limited Access Festival for video, sound and performance and the room parallel program at Fajr International film festival in Tehran. She currently divides her time between the Middle East, and Southern California.
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