Mohammad Namazi (b. 1981. Tehran) is an artist, educator and researcher based in London. He works through means of de-colonisation, de-construction, collaboration, process, unlearning and telematics systems within social and cultural realms.
The studio operates as a research-lab for inter-disciplinary projects that can span video, sound, live-events, graphics, photography, sculptural structures, and internet-based projects. He received his doctorate from Chelsea College of Arts in 2019, and is currently in-residence at the Decolonising Arts Institute in London. Namazi is a member of the Critical Practice research cluster, and an Associate Lecturer across the University of the Arts London.
He is currently working on the commission: Decolonising the Archives (2020-2021), and has previously exhibited and/or performed at venues such as NEoN Digital Festival (Dundee, 2019), Chelsea College of Arts (London, 2018), the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (Newcastle, 2016), Corner College (Zürich, 2016), Berlin Triannale (Berlin, 2016), The Barbican (London, 2015), Flat Time House (London, 2014; 2013; 2012), Bangkok Triennial International Print and Drawing (Bangkok, 2012), and the Royal Academy of Arts (London, 2010).