donderdag 3 juni 2010

Babak Saed




Babak Saed places value on realizing his installations in public spaces. His works are either temporary – or as public art – permanent installations; art in real space. He is a conceptual artist who works with language as his medium.

”Every installation makes reference to the main objective of the institution in question. And at the same time it responds to the existing architecture and engages in a dialog with it. On the one hand, the work must adapt to the space, but it must also give it character. In my works, I basically formulate the same principle over and over again – but always in new ways. Communication is my theme,“ says Babak Saed.
source:
Goethe-Institut

 
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