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Atoosa Pour Hosseini 2011-2021
Atoosa Pour Hosseini



Atoosa Pour Hosseini 2011-2021
Atoosa Pour Hosseini
Oonagh Young Gallery

Essays by Mónica Savirón and Maximilian Le Cain


Edition of 300
66 pages
170 x 220 mm
ISBN 9781916386525

Atoosa Pour Hosseini 2011-2021 is a comprehensive overview of a decade of Pour Hosseini’s work in film, installation and performance. It features a wide selection of photographic documentation and film stills from her multidisciplinary art practice.

About the Artist

Atoosa Pour Hosseini (b. Tehran, Iran 1981) is an artist-filmmaker based in Dublin, Ireland. Her work, which is influenced by historical avant-garde cinema, explores questions about illusion, reality, and perception through the media of film, video, installation and performance art. She works with the material textures of 8mm film as well as digital processes to explore layers of space and time, superimposing imagery and creating entrancing patterns of repetition with startling interruptions. She holds a MA in Fine Art Media from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, and a BA in Fine Art Painting from the Azad University of Art and Architecture, Tehran. She has received awards from the Arts Council of Ireland, Dublin City Council, Culture Ireland, and Temple Bar Gallery and Studios. She is a member of Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, and a Co-Director of the Experimental Film Society (EFS) which is an Irish company dedicated to the production and screening of experimental cinema, and frequently participates in discussion forums and exchanges, such as the LUX Critical Forum in Dublin.

About the Publisher

The Oonagh Young Gallery is a space for art, artists, curators, writers, and all those interested in the world of contemporary art. A diverse and interesting programme is developed through working with curators and artists who have a distinctive voice and vision for their practice – thus creating a space that aligns the intellect and the aesthetic in exhibitions that challenge and reward the viewer.

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