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Interwoven (rendering), 2018

Hajar Moradi - Toronto, Canada

Interwoven is a conceptual, narrative-based performance—an installation that aims to visually and symbolically connect various narratives. Through the medium of a tribal woven rug (specific to the nomads of Iran), the artist/performer weaves a visual piece, inviting the audience to participate in the creation of the final artwork. Participants will be instructed to select strands of wool from a series of molded sculptures of the artist’s hands and interact with her, adding their visual and cultural aesthetics to the final woven contemporary Gabbeh.

Hajar Moradi is a multidisciplinary visual artist and filmmaker based in Toronto. Her work focuses on femininst narratives, identity and human relations.

Participatory Performance / Installation


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Bata Shoe Museum

327 Bloor Street West

Suitable for all ages

This project is indoors.