Khosrow Hassanzadeh’s Terrorist Series
"This series is the result of two years of thought, research, and travel. It is a reflection of a world where the word "terrorist" is thrown about thoughtlessly. What is a terrorist? What are the origins of a terrorist, and in an international context who defines "terrorism?" The West, with its personal definition of terrorism, gives itself the right to take over a country, while in the Middle East, the West is clearly accused of being a full-fledged terrorist. In exploring these questions, I portrayed the people in whom I have the most faith: my mother and sisters." — Khosrow Hassanzadeh
This untitled mixed media piece from the series is only available until this Thursday, June 7.
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