Open Source Government

      Open Source Government is a collective project that tries to make it possible for the citizens and the members of a society to be able to take part in legislation of their society, directly through open-sourcing the legislation. The project invites thinkers, artists, programmers, developers, social scientists, political scientists, financial professionals, lawyers […]


In early 2014, and following an invitation by GEMAK in The Hague, I was appointed as the co-curator to develop a project together with Marie-Jeanne De Rooij, that later was named LOCUS. Locus focuses on artists of the Iranian post-revolution baby-boom generation and the impact of ‘locus’ (place) on their artistic practice. The exhibition was […]

The Delicate Line

(This is an ongoing project) “a project for reviewing the past” Images are one of the best, or maybe the most popular mediums for reviewing memories. Photograph and photography have always been helpful to the forgetting memory of human. Images age as their owners age. As the image gets older, reviewing it will be more […]

A selection of Iranian contemporary sculpting procedure

Curated by Pendar Nabipour Fravahr Gallery November 2011 Following an invitation by Amir Mobed to co-curate an exhibition for Fravahr Gallery, with a focus of showing a general image of the whole contemporary sculpting scene in Iran, throughout three different generations of sculptors, I joined the project. However, later on, Amir had to leave the project. So I […]

The Art-o-Pourt Project

“Art-o-Pourt” is the title for a group project/platform with a goal of presenting projects raised up from collective mind, directed towards today society’s concerns.  The project started in April 2011 and is still ongoing. Although there has been a long pause since late 2012, the project is gathering the potential to continue. This project is […]