In her solo exhibition Ordinary Grief, Parisa Azadi searches for her identity, which oscillates between memories of traumatic events in Iran and racist resentments in Canada. She uses photography to capture her personal agony and the collective uncertainty of people in Iran. The intimacy of everyday scenes — like looking out a window or a wedding — showcases the barrenness of the landscape and people's living conditions. The leaflet includes a text by Porochista Khakpour and Mahmoud Darwish, as well as a photograph by Azadi, which becomes a poster for all visitors.
Typeface: BT Grotesk by Scott Vander Zee
& Adobe Caslon by Adobe (Carol Twombly)
Size: 148 × 210 mm closed, 592 × 420 mm unfolded
Paper: Munken Pure 1.4, 130 g/m²
Print: 4/4 CMYK-Offset
Edition of 250