Born in 1982 in Tehran, Morvarid K has always lived and worked between countries.
Shaped by her Iranian identity and roots, Morvarid K grounds her artistic work in what she calls the invisible frontiers, desired or forced, personal or public, real or imaginary. Intrigued by human complexity, she creates dialogues between opposing forces in which she sees beauty and poetry. Through her projects, she aims at creating bridges between identities and cultures.
Her art pieces have a photographic base, refined through collages, superposition, sometimes layered with ink and drawings. They are often unique pieces. Morvarid K has recently expanded her horizons by exploring her themes through performances and interdisciplinary collaborations with artists such as Sherwood Chen and the butoh choreographer Yuko Kaseki.