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Peyvand Sadeghian

"Critical thinking and context that is encouraged by the course, and the general atmosphere at Goldsmiths means that I am comfortable (and seek out) to make work that is politically engaged, and I understand that art does not, and should not exist in a vacuum. It has been a pleasure to continue to cross professional paths with fellow course members as our careers have developed in different areas of the industry."

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Year graduated 2009
Occupation Self employed Actor, Puppeteer, and Theatre Maker
Country United Kingdom

"The exposure to and opportunity to experiment with a wide range of artistic approaches, has given me the tools to join creative teams in delivering projects from research & development to performance. Critical thinking and context that is encouraged by the course and the general atmosphere at Goldsmiths means that I am comfortable (and seek out) to make work that is politically engaged, and I understand that art does not, and should not exist in a vacuum. It has been a pleasure to continue to cross professional paths with fellow course members as our careers have developed in different areas of the industry.

I have just returned from Edinburgh Fringe having collaborated as deviser and performer with Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley on Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran, at the Traverse Theatre, which was also the recipient of a Fringe First award."

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