Kamyar Bineshtarigh

Kamyar Bineshtarigh
Kamyar Bineshtarigh was born in 1996 in Semnan, Iran. He lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa. He is currently in his final year, completing a BA Fine Art degree at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town (UCT). He received a Diploma in Fine Art at Ruth Prowse School of Art in 2019 where he also won the Ruth Prowse Award for his body of work An Exhaustive Catalogue of Texts Dealing with the Orient which explored Edward Said’s concept of Orientalism using Said’s eponymous book (1978) as the source material. In 2021 Bineshtarigh was awarded a Creative Knowledge Resources (CKR) Fellowship: CKR is an interdisciplinary project by the National Research Foundation & UCT studying socially engaged artistic practices in Africa and its diaspora. Bineshtarigh works in a variety of media, most notably painting and video. His conceptual concerns range from language, (mis)communication as well as the practice of writing and transliteration In 2021 Bineshtarigh was awarded a Creative Knowledge Resources (CKR) Fellowship: CKR is an interdisciplinary project by the National Research Foundation UCT studying socially engaged artistic practices in Africa and its diaspora. Bineshtarigh works in a variety of media, most notably painting and video. His conceptual concerns range from language, (mis)communication as well as the practice of writing and transliteration.

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