Omâ is a both abstract and personal piece about the randomness of our origins, their impact on our lives and on our privileges. Starting from my background being German and Iranian I aim to unmask the absurdity of categorisations, sometimes in serious ways, sometimes funny or ironic. Juggling, movement and words complement each other claiming the beauty of making your life more complicated than it could be in order to be entirely yourself.
indoor // chapiteau // outdoor (closed)
Photos by: Martela Molucas, Florent Lestage, Photolosa