Jesi Khadavi

Jesi Khadavi
Jesi Khadivi (US) is an independent curator and editor based in Berlin. She is currently developing the multi-platform research project Bād’e Saba. The project examines the metaphoric use of wind and sand in Iranian art, poetry, film and propaganda as a corollary for thinking through the rich and enduring Arab, African, and Indian presence in Iran. Khadivi‘s writing has appeared in publications such as Fillip, Kaleidoscope, Flash Art, Ibraaz, Esse, and The Brooklyn Rail. She has organised exhibitions and public programs with Etel Adnan, Emily Wardill, Parviz Kimiavi, Moyra Davey, Paul Branca, and David Horvitz and is the editor of the annual bi-lingual journal ‘Sur’ (Guayaba Press)  
 
Image credit: Exhibition view: I hear your voice reflected in a glass and it sounds like it is inside of me, 2015 exhibition curated by Jesi Khadavi
 
On Wednesday 23rd March 2016 at 5pm, Khadavi will discuss some recent curatorial projects, followed by a screening of related short films from Iranian cinema. 
 
Jesi Kadavi is Fire Station curator in residence 21-30 March 2016
 
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