...My attempt was to do justice to the show and include a variety of local artists' tracks and of different genres; from Hip hop and Jazz to my fav which is Persian traditional segments texturized in minimal beats.Read More
In the past few years, I have had the chance of being instructed on the norms of sexual health in North America. I have come to experience adult life in full sense and I realize it’s too good not to be shared!Read More
If you found my previous post on mobility issues catching, this one is for you too! Travelling continues and so do its challenges!Read More
In my new blog post I'm catching up with piles of info I carried throghout my summer trip...enjoy!Read More
Since last year, I decided to speak out more fearlessly about my politics. I do not deny, writing about political economy, reading academic art literature and those of non-English authors in written English has helped immensely with this.
This piece "Zibi Is Colonialism" was inspired by a protest against the Zibi project in Ottawa in August 2015 . I have mentioned several times that I understand the underlying dynamic in this conflict - the subtle conflict of land claims and land rights in Ottawa - is much more complex than what I know. Even on the day of protest there was so much back and forth. I chose to however, cover the powerful part. The bonding, or the yearn for it.
After one of my older drawings was employed for 2016 call for submissions, I was happy to have this other piece published on the cover of OPIRG - GRIPO's 2016 zine.
The Zine was displayed publically for the first time in Ottawa 2016 Zine Fair.
You can read the Zine online at: