Neda Saeedi (Iran/Germany) works mainly with sculptures and installations. Her work deals with the body, power relations, history, violence and construction of urban landscapes in relation to the human body.

During her residency at Delfina Foundation, she will develop her current project (the two shades of Green) as part of a long-term research-based project.

Neda Saeedi (b.1987) studied art at the art vocational school in Iran and later classical sculpture under the direction of Raffie Davtian at the Kargah Honar Art Institute in Tehran before moving to Germany in 2012. In Germany studied un MFA at the UdK Berlin under the supervision of Prof. Hito Steyerl.


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