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Rebecca Moradalizadeh

artist  |  Rebecca Moradalizadeh

Porto

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Rebecca Moradalizadeh is a Portuguese artist with luso-iranian origins. Video, sound, photography, drawing, and performance linked to installation are the media more usually found in Rebecca's work. Great part of her artistic practice has been related to the physical and psychological aspects of the human body. Her work develops under a constant effort of exploring the possible interactions between these two. The process involves a brainstorming of concepts that results ... Read more
Rebecca Moradalizadeh is a Portuguese artist with luso-iranian origins. Video, sound, photography, drawing, and performance linked to installation are the media more usually found in Rebecca's work.

Great part of her artistic practice has been related to the physical and psychological aspects of the human body. Her work develops under a constant effort of exploring the possible interactions between these two.

The process involves a brainstorming of concepts that results in word schemes, containers of her thoughts, research, thinking, connections, that lead her to some final ideas for the practical way of representation.

These ideas are generated by the various personal issues and problems that forge the artist to think and question about them. Her projects are thus considered a way of expressing her inner reality. They can bee seen as demonstrations of her thoughts and ways of seeing the world, also referring to the political and social issues that surrounds us. Read less
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