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Join us in the Ringhaver Student Center, Virginia Room at 6:00pm on Tuesday, January 30, 2024 for Artist Talk: Raheleh Filsoofi.  The Nashville-based visual artist and curator will give a talk in conjunction with the CEAM (Crisp-Ellert Art Museum) Artist Residency.

Through interdisciplinary, site-based, and conceptual methods, Filsoofi considers critical narratives about movement, immigration, and social activism. Clay and sound are the nexus of her practice and act as expressive mediums, engendering new narratives through diverse aesthetic strategies such as multimedia installations and immersive sound performances. Her art disrupts the borders that exist between us and seeks a more inclusive world, illuminating and challenging policies and politics.

Filsoofi’s current and recent exhibitions include Imagined Boundaries – an interactive multimedia installation at Gibbes Museum in Charleston, SC (2023-2024) – and Only Sound Remains – an interactive multimedia installation at the Sharjah Biennial 15, Thinking Historically in the Present in Sharjah, UAE (2023). Imagined Boundaries was also realized as a multimedia installation, consisting of two separate exhibitions, which debuted concurrently in a solo exhibition at the Abad Gallery in Tehran and group exhibition Dual Frequency at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida in 2017.

The artist’s project, ‘Listening: The Fourth String’, in collaboration with musician Reza Filsoofi, introduces an interactive instrument and platform called ShahTár. Through public performances, it highlights the contributions of the silenced Iranian musician and Sufi, Moshtagh Ali Shah, to music while emphasizing the power of listening to drive community engagement and promote social change.


Flagler College Ringhaver Student Center
50 Sevilla Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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