Hami Mehr (1981) is Berlin-based antidisciplinary artist from Tehran.
Her previous profession as a researcher and journalist and her multi education and training in Humanities, sculpture, psychosomatic practice, producing electronic music, plus being an intersectional queer feminist artivist, open fluid wide field to art practice.
She presents her works through performance, painting, installation, video, sound and mixed media.
Currently she is developing her profession through studying sculpture at Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin and Heilpraktiker für Psychotherapie. Her main focus in art practice is on body politics, queering the body and decolonizing the narrative of culture, body & nature. She is also Scholarship holder at Rosa-Luxemburg Foundation.
One of her last project is documentary art book about Herstory of Feminist Artivism in Iran.
''Un/Real'', Analog animation (multi-improvisation performance with light, painting and sound), at Hbg Kulturförening, Helsingborg, 2013
Live sound performance with analog synthesizer, Hans and Gloria Festival, Berlin, 2013
Live sound performance with analog synthesizer, Radio Wokule Anniversary , Biesental, 2014
"Rorschach", Video installation at Umeå Academy, 2014
''Valley of the Pantheon'' multimedia performative installation, at Gallery C. Hjärne, Helsingborg, 2014
''Perplex'' sound performance, at Fusion festival, Lars 2015
''Kalaeidophonic'' sound performance, at Gretchen, Berlin, 2017
''Are We Made of Our...'' multimedia performance, at VOODOO55, Berlin, 2018
''I am in Piece'' multimedia performance, at Distortion, Copenhagen, 2018
''Secret Sacred O'' Performance, at Petersburg Art Space, Berlin, 2018
No/Everybody is Political, video installation at Rundgang Weissensee Academy of Art, Berlin, 2018
The Body of Censor, video installation at Rundgang UdK; Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, 2018
''Houma'', Performative installation and multi media, Palmification Exhibition, at feldfünf Berlin, 2019
''hOm'' installation, ''From within the cracks'' Exhibition at nGbK Berlin, 2020
''The Body of Wave'' Video, JITDAM KAPEEL Exhibition, at Humboldt Forum Museum, 2022
Sound installation in collaboration with Ben Osborn at Acud Macht Neu, Berlin, 2022
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