fbpx

FARZANEH ABDOLI

“They not only show my choices,”|| “but also behaviors,”|| “my patience in facing with life realities as well”||

SCROLL DOWN

FARZANEH ABDOLI

“These flowers,”|| “never fade.”||

SCROLL DOWN

FARZANEH ABDOLI

SCROLL DOWN

FARZANEH ABDOLI

“They not only show my choices, but also behaviors and my patience in facing with life realities as well.”

I’m Farzaneh Abdoli and I was born on July 1985 and grew up in Tehran-Iran. My sculptures are the solid state of my way of life. They not only show my choices, but also behaviors and my patience in facing with life realities as well. Sometimes, realities are so disintegrated that we have to reintegrate them in order to live a good life. But I don’t attempt to do so, because it doesn’t coordinate with my real life. Although the body in pieces here seems fragmented, it points directly to something as the first tangible place for living, living through corporality.

MY JOINTS

This path was the beginning of my investigations to give meaning to my life. Clearly, joints have been becoming the points that draw my attention to distinguish between the limits of my body and those of my mind. I realized that my joints determine the extent of my body movement. I sometimes feel that all my fears and resistance have settled in my joints, especially in my knees and elbows. I want to get rid of all of them.

AWARNESS TO MY BODY

Finding this connection made me use empty molds of the joints to create my sculptures. Meanwhile, I just took one step further beyond the familiar form of body and persuaded the mind to break up with abstract forms. These sculptures are considered an attempt for releasing the captive joints from their limited definition. Therefore, this kind of release provides me with the possibility of my freedom as a woman and an understanding of my world by developing awareness to my body.

MEMBER OFF

Farzaneh Abdoli is a member of Iran’s Society of Sculptors and has participated in several exhibitions including the Tehran 5th Biennial of Sculpture at the Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2008 she was part of the first Urban Sculpture Biennale, where one of her works was selected to be installed in the city. In 2009, her first “urban sculpture” named Fish Wave was installed along Tehran’s Sattãri highway. 

She became one of the winners of the second Urban Biennale. In that year her second work was installed in Kosar square in Mashad.  

The Rain Water Fountain under the Seyyedkhandãn Bridge in Tehran is also designed by her. 

Farzaneh has been part of many group exhibitions of the Society of Sculptors. Her first solo exhibition was in 2018, where she gave her   “The Joints” the lead role.

 

“They not only show my choices,”

“but also behaviors and my patience,

in facing with life realities as well.”

I’m Farzaneh Abdoli and I was born on July 1985 and grew up in Tehran-Iran. My sculptures are the solid state of my way of life. They not only show my choices, but also behaviors and my patience in facing with life realities as well. Sometimes, realities are so disintegrated that we have to reintegrate them in order to live a good life. But I don’t attempt to do so, because it doesn’t coordinate with my real life. Although the body in pieces here seems fragmented, it points directly to something as the first tangible place for living, living through corporality.

MY JOINTS

This path was the beginning of my investigations to give meaning to my life. Clearly, joints have been becoming the points that draw my attention to distinguish between the limits of my body and those of my mind. I realized that my joints determine the extent of my body movement. I sometimes feel that all my fears and resistance have settled in my joints, especially in my knees and elbows. I want to get rid of all of them.

AWARNESS TO MY BODY

Finding this connection made me use empty molds of the joints to create my sculptures. Meanwhile, I just took one step further beyond the familiar form of body and persuaded the mind to break up with abstract forms. These sculptures are considered an attempt for releasing the captive joints from their limited definition. Therefore, this kind of release provides me with the possibility of my freedom as a woman and an understanding of my world by developing awareness to my body.

MEMBER OFF

Farzaneh Abdoli is a member of Iran’s Society of Sculptors and has participated in several exhibitions including the Tehran 5th Biennial of Sculpture at the Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2008 she was part of the first Urban Sculpture Biennale, where one of her works was selected to be installed in the city. In 2009, her first “urban sculpture” named Fish Wave was installed along Tehran’s Sattãri highway. 

She became one of the winners of the second Urban Biennale. In that year her second work was installed in Kosar square in Mashad.  

The Rain Water Fountain under the Seyyedkhandãn Bridge in Tehran is also designed by her. 

Farzaneh has been part of many group exhibitions of the Society of Sculptors. Her first solo exhibition was in 2018, where she gave her   “The Joints” the lead role.

 

FARZANEH ABDOLI

They not only show my choices,

but also behaviors and my patience 

in facing with life realities as well.

I’m Farzaneh Abdoli and I was born on July 1985 and grew up in Tehran-Iran. My sculptures are the solid state of my way of life. They not only show my choices, but also behaviors and my patience in facing with life realities as well. Sometimes, realities are so disintegrated that we have to reintegrate them in order to live a good life. But I don’t attempt to do so, because it doesn’t coordinate with my real life. Although the body in pieces here seems fragmented, it points directly to something as the first tangible place for living, living through corporality.

MY JOINTS

This path was the beginning of my investigations to give meaning to my life. Clearly, joints have been becoming the points that draw my attention to distinguish between the limits of my body and those of my mind. I realized that my joints determine the extent of my body movement. I sometimes feel that all my fears and resistance have settled in my joints, especially in my knees and elbows. I want to get rid of all of them.

AWARNESS TO MY BODY

Finding this connection made me use empty molds of the joints to create my sculptures. Meanwhile, I just took one step further beyond the familiar form of body and persuaded the mind to break up with abstract forms. These sculptures are considered an attempt for releasing the captive joints from their limited definition. Therefore, this kind of release provides me with the possibility of my freedom as a woman and an understanding of my world by developing awareness to my body.

MEMBER OFF

Farzaneh Abdoli is a member of Iran’s Society of Sculptors and has participated in several exhibitions including the Tehran 5th Biennial of Sculpture at the Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2008 she was part of the first Urban Sculpture Biennale, where one of her works was selected to be installed in the city. In 2009, her first “urban sculpture” named Fish Wave was installed along Tehran’s Sattãri highway. 

She became one of the winners of the second Urban Biennale. In that year her second work was installed in Kosar square in Mashad.  

The Rain Water Fountain under the Seyyedkhandãn Bridge in Tehran is also designed by her. 

Farzaneh has been part of many group exhibitions of the Society of Sculptors. Her first solo exhibition was in 2018, where she gave her   “The Joints” the lead role.

 

FARZANEH ABDOLI

They not only show my choices, but also behaviors and my patience in facing with life realities as well.

I’m Farzaneh Abdoli and I was born on July 1985 and grew up in Tehran-Iran.

WAY OF LIFE

My sculptures are the solid state of my way of life. They not only show my choices, but also behaviors and my patience in facing with life realities as well. Sometimes, realities are so disintegrated that we have to reintegrate them in order to live a good life. But I don’t attempt to do so, because it doesn’t coordinate with my real life. Although the body in pieces here seems fragmented, it points directly to something as the first tangible place for living, living through corporality.

MY JOINTS

This path was the beginning of my investigations to give meaning to my life. Clearly, joints have been becoming the points that draw my attention to distinguish between the limits of my body and those of my mind. I realized that my joints determine the extent of my body movement. I sometimes feel that all my fears and resistance have settled in my joints, especially in my knees and elbows. I want to get rid of all of them.

AWARNESS TO MY BODY

Finding this connection made me use empty molds of the joints to create my sculptures. Meanwhile, I just took one step further beyond the familiar form of body and persuaded the mind to break up with abstract forms. These sculptures are considered an attempt for releasing the captive joints from their limited definition. Therefore, this kind of release provides me with the possibility of my freedom as a woman and an understanding of my world by developing awareness to my body.

MEMBER OFF

Farzaneh Abdoli is a member of Iran’s Society of Sculptors and has participated in several exhibitions including the Tehran 5th Biennial of Sculpture at the Museum of Contemporary Art. In 2008 she was part of the first Urban Sculpture Biennale, where one of her works was selected to be installed in the city. In 2009, her first “urban sculpture” named Fish Wave was installed along Tehran’s Sattãri highway. 

She became one of the winners of the second Urban Biennale. In that year her second work was installed in Kosar square in Mashad.  

The Rain Water Fountain under the Seyyedkhandãn Bridge in Tehran is also designed by her. 

Farzaneh has been part of many group exhibitions of the Society of Sculptors. Her first solo exhibition was in 2018, where she gave her   “The Joints” the lead role.

 

ALL ARTWORKS BY

FARZANEH ABDOLI

back to all artists
ALL ARTWORKS BY

FARZANEH ABDOLI

back to all artists
Privacy Settings
We use cookies to enhance your experience while using our website. If you are using our Services via a browser you can restrict, block or remove cookies through your web browser settings. We also use content and scripts from third parties that may use tracking technologies. You can selectively provide your consent below to allow such third party embeds. For complete information about the cookies we use, data we collect and how we process them, please check our Privacy Policy
Youtube
Consent to display content from Youtube
Vimeo
Consent to display content from Vimeo
Google Maps
Consent to display content from Google