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Art & Architecture
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AbstractI utilize both Architectonic structures and spacial relationships as metaphors for emotions I experienced coming from Iran to America and transitioning between two very different cultures. My working process combines both formal and intuitive approaches. Inspiration comes from linking deconstructive architecture ideas with Middle Eastern kite traditions.
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