Knot, About Iran!?

Knot, About Iran!?

21 December
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An analytic storytelling on the transformation of a people

On the longest night of the year, this performance will tune into the current revolution in Iran. While our people are fighting for life and freedom, keeping the resistance alive, we feel an urgency to think along. In a multimedia lecture performance, accompanied by original live music, a group of Dutch and Iranian artists and academics, inside and outside of Iran, examine and narrate the current revolution.

Performance Language: English

This lecture-performance premiered in Koorenhaus Hall, The Hague, Netherlands, on December 21, 2022, the 97th day of the Iranian people’s nationwide protest.

An analytic storytelling on the transformation of a people

Script:Arash Ghajarjazi, Aram Niknam
Performers: Arash Ghajarjazi, Banoo Parsi, Nasim Jarahian, Niloofar Fooladi
Music and Vocal:Sajad Sepehri, Tony Roe, Anooshiravan Iranpour
Video Art: Dara Rahili
Videography:Asefeh Behzadi
Graphic Design: Mona Naghib
Initiated by: Farah Karimi
Produced By:Iran Academia
With special thanks to: Het Koorenhuis

Profiles

Arash Ghajarjazi
Arash Ghajarjazi
Ph.D. in Philosophy and Cultural Studies
Sajad Sepehri
Sajad Sepehri
Sociology Researcher
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Asefeh Behzadi
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