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Hanieh Khatibi: Space has always reduced me to silence

September 9 5:30 pm - September 10 10:00 pm

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Friday, September 9th 5:30pm — Saturday, September 10th 11pm

 

Space has always reduced me to silence is a site-specific, durational performance that explores the politics of domestic space and the threshold of the personal. From dawn to dusk, artist Hanieh Khatibi will attempt to bind over 10,000 yards of thread around her childhood home before unraveling. The performance will be live streamed in its entirety at HRLA. 

 

Hanieh Khatibi (b.1985, Tehran, Iran) is an LA-based artist whose work considers the continuity, resistance, agency and interrelationships that exist in nature and society through sculpture, performance, and video. Her work has been exhibited at the Echo Park Film Center, Track 16, Commons LA, Peter and Merle Mullin Gallery, CalArts, among others. Khatibi was a participant of the 2020 ArtCenter DTLA Residency Project, Love’s Remedies. 

Special thanks to Vardui Sharapkhanyan for curating, Javid Ghaem Maghami, Bita Fayyazi, Pouya Parsamagham, Mohsen Shahmardi, Fardin Ali-Asghari, Ahmad Khatibi, and Sodabeh Amini who made the project possible.

Space has always reduced me to silence is funded in part by the Foundation for the Arts, Emergency Grant.

The performance takes its title from a line in The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard.

Start:
September 9 5:30 pm
End:
September 10 10:00 pm
Human Resources LA
410 Cottage Home
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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