In the name of FREEDOM 14
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 7b
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 4
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 15
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 18
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 19
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 35
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 26
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 27
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 28
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 10
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 11
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 12
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 20
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 21
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 22
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 23
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 24
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 25
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 31
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 32
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 33
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 14
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 14

2011  -  C Print

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 7b
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 7b

2010  barb wire & cardboard  84"x24" - 213x61 cm

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 4
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 4

2010  -  wire & carboard

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 15
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 15

2011  -  C Print

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 18
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 18

2011  -  C Print

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 19
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 19

2011  -  C Print

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 35
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 35

2012  -  C Print

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 26
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 26

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 27
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 27

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 28
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 28

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 10
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 10

2010  acrylic & photos on wood board  31"x31" - 80x80 cm

 

In the name of FREEDOM 11
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 11

2010  acrylic & photos on wood board  31"x31" - 80x80 cm

In the name of FREEDOM 12
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 12

2010  acrylic & photos on wood board  31"x31" - 80x80 cm

In the name of FREEDOM 20
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 20

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 21
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 21

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 22
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 22

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 23
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 23

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 24
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 24

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 25
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 25

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 31
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 31

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.

In the name of FREEDOM 32
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 32

2011  -  concept

Calling for the simultaneous pursuit of UN resolution 194 and Palestine gaining full statehood status and in so doing becoming country number 194.

In the name of FREEDOM 33
       
     
In the name of FREEDOM 33

2011  -  concept

Azadeh, the artist’s very name, is derived from the word “freedom” in Persian, the language of a people for whom the last decades have been devoid of it. The perennial lack of freedom suffered by people around the world inspired a new word:  “freedom” spelled with interlocking E’s to symbolize encaged rights and restrained voices. This body of work uses mostly installations/sculptures and photography to depict this new iconography.