Pedram Baldari 
Pedram Baldari, Irrexxxsible, 2010. X-Ray photo installation. X-ray films and Negatoscope, 19x15x5 Inches.
Pedram Baldari 
Pedram Baldari, Capturing a single moment, 2007.
Pedram Baldari (Iran/USA) produces concept-driven works in the form of installations, video and performance, all centring around his curiosity and ideas on the realms of socio-political life in Iran and the Middle East. His practice covers a vast contextual area. In one work titled, Experience of Distance and Distance of Experience, he explores and challenges the every-day-life estrangements and social interactions. The viewer, the work itself and the artist/orchestrator enter a critical challenging ground as soon as the viewer enters the physical space of the performance via role reversal: the artist becomes the viewer, the viewer becomes the author.
Through other works, Baldari, has critically examined frames of discourse in search of truth in the fields of power and social conduct vis-a-vie philosophical theories of Jean Baudrillard and Michel Foucault. He achieves this through a complex series of elements that examine the object-viewer-reception relations.
Baldari is currently working on portraying the current states of human affairs amidst diverse social topics such as issues around racial and religious minorities, women’s rights, social hegemonic confrontations, media and other distorting and truth-bending apparatuses.
Pedram lives and works in Tehran, Iran. His residency at Delfina Foundation was a commission-based collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum to create a site-specific work for their Friday Late event with a Nowruz theme.