Nima Bahrehmand (1986), grew up in Iran, a society with a rich history, but where the wounds of war and revolution are imprinted in people’s minds and bodies, stripped of their agency over the years by various dictatorial regimes. Such an environment has led him to has a critical view, wherever he is living, and art has become a means for him to understand, analyze, and critique the social happenings that he has witnessed.
He creates media artworks, performances and installations artworks. After he quit from the Technical university, He started his education in painting at university of Kerman, Iran and got his BFA (2012) and He received MA from School of arts in Ghent - Belgium (2013). In 2016 he moved to the united state and he is currently a MFA candidate at the University of Texas at Austin. His Artworks have been Shown in several parts of the world, such as Aaran Gallery (Tehran/Iran), Kunstraum Potsdam (Berlin/Germany), Marres (Maastricht/Holland), Kiosk (Ghent/Belgium) and VAC (Austin/USA).
As a freelance curator, he curated exhibitions for Croxhapox art platform (Ghent/Belgium), New Media Society (Tehran/Iran) and he also curated experimental projects such as BitMap project (Ghent/Belgium) and 141618 (Kerman/Iran) as part of Bone in Throat project.