Maryam Firuzi’s artistic practice is deeply intertwined with the cultural richness of the city where she was born—Shiraz, Iran—renowned for its poets and magnificent monuments that stand as silent testaments to centuries of history. An expert in Persian calligraphy, Firuzi has fostered a connection to this traditional art form that adds a distinctive layer to her photographic series. With an academic background in cinema and screenwriting, she integrates various mediums into her photography projects, creating a complex tapestry where storytelling takes on visual dimensions. In this interview, our conversation unfolded around the pivotal role of women in shaping her artistic practice, while also exploring the transformative impact the women’s movement has had in our home country...
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