Shirin Neshat on the video art that reconnected her with Iran - The Start podcast

the Guardian | 3/22/2018 | Eva Krysiak
In 1998, a photographer who made New York her home following the Iranian revolution decided to make her first video installation. Parted from her family for 12 years, absent from the place she grew up in, Shirin Neshat sought out a team of exiled Iranian artists to create a piece that would indulge her nostalgia for traditional music and poetry. The resulting conceptual work,...
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