Anousha Mohsenidarabi

Photo credit: Anousha Mohsenidarabi

San Francisco, CA, USA


The tragic loss of a woman’s life is an undeniable tragedy that affects not only the individual but also the community and the world at large. “Iranian woman Mahsa Amini, was severely beaten and died by molarity police” is a body of work that reflects on the senseless act of violence and the toll it takes on society.

Through my art, I aim to bring attention to the injustice and violence that women face in Iran, and to highlight the importance of advocating for women’s rights and safety. My work reflects the sadness and grief of a community in mourning, but also the strength and resilience of those who refuse to be silenced. The act of cutting hair has been a powerful symbol of resistance and rebellion throughout history, and it has played a particularly significant role in the Iranian woman’s revolution. Through the act of cutting their hair, Iranian women have challenged gender norms and cultural expectations, and have asserted their right to control their own bodies and identities.

By creating this body of work, I hope to shed light on the importance of fighting for women’s rights and safety in Iran and around the world. I believe that art has the power to inspire change and to bring attention to critical social issues, and it is my hope that my work will serve as a call to action for all those who believe in the importance of gender equality and justice.

Born in 1985 in Mashhad, Iran, Anousha Mohsenidarabi holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, and currently is a Jewelry and Metal Art student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. She discovered her interest in wearable art, and later in 2017, moved to San Francisco to pursue her newest passion at this field.

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