Nasim Pirhadi is a multi-medium artist and current MFA candidate at UBC Okanagan.

As part of this two person exhibit, Nasim explores the current political discourse of what it means to be an Iranian woman both in a diasporic sense and as through lived experience. This important work includes a video addressing misogynist fears of traditional spaces and a painted textile representing protestors on the streets in Iran who are fighting for the lives of women and girls.

It is on view at the Kelowna Art Gallery from January 21 to April 16, 2023