To mark International Human Rights Day, we're sharing a sneak peek of our work in development along with excerpts of previous works on December 10th, 2021 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. More details to come!
“Houses are murdered just as their inhabitants are killed and the memories of things are slaughtered, wood, stones, glass, iron, mortar – scattered like human limbs. And cotton silk, linen, notebooks, books – all torn apart like the unspoken words of people who did not have the time to say them.” -From ‘The House Murdered’ by Mahmoud Darwish
Architecture of Violence (working title) is a new work in progress based on Roshanak’s developing research about the intersection of performance, architecture and social justice. The project is a three-year initiative and an interdisciplinary work.
Thanks to TO Live Explorations and The Canada Council for the Art for supporting this project.