I Wrote, You Read (2006, Iran) - 3`30``
Painter, photographer, and video filmmaker Farideh Shahsavarani is well known for combining sound and pictures in a variety of art forms. Born in 1955 in Iran, Farideh holds an MFA in Painting. Having served as Department Chair ofthe Graphic Department at Islamic Azad University in Tehran, Iran, shecurrently teaches and serves as a member of the faculty board. She is a Member of the Association of Iranian Painters (AIP), an Honorable Member of the Visual Art Development Center of Iran and a member of Group 30+ She has participated in more than a hundred solo and group exhibitions in Iran and abroad. She has over 10 Solo Exhibitions and over 80 Group Exhibitions.
About «I wrote, You read»: «I’m stepping on; all the news is beneath my feet. My eyes are closed. I’m hearing crinkled papers. The building is utterly abandoned and I smell it. Siren, threatens, fear, panic, war, lonely human being … I open my eyes. It’s white everywhere. A sound of a typewriter and panic again. The people, who’s have never been written about. Whose are not living anymore? Black and white papers, black and white people…and darkwritings. The tick of a clock and danger is getting close… and another one who felt the danger. “I’ve written, you’ve read”...».