“The piece highlights the value of shell and house as one of the greatest powers of integration for thoughts, memories and dreams. The piece addresses home beyond a building that is dissolved and distributed inside of the human mind and become a symbol of self. The windy and weightless structure is open to the wind of another time, and could greet us every day of our lives, giving us confidence in life. All could be included as a refugee in different layer.” Sharareh Khosravani
About the Artist
Sharareh Khosravani is an Iranian multimedia artist based in Cincinnati. Her work has gained international recognition in exhibitions and publications, and has been shown in Iran, Serbia, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, Denmark, Slovakia, Korea, UAE, Canada, and in the U.S. She received her MFA from University of Cincinnati.
Her works have received a runner-up medal in 14th Noma Concours for Picture Book Illustrations, the Golden Pen Award in 7th International Biennial of Illustration, and the 42nd Golden Pen of Belgrade, as well as national prizes in Iran.