If you love glitch art, you have probably heard of the Iranian independent institution Platform 101, which is known for promoting cutting-edge forms of art. Today, 300Magazine has the pleasure of inviting you to the amazing event organized with the support of Platform 101. IROMEDIA, an annual show dedicated to showcasing the impressive developments in the field of new media art, gathers national and international talents for the second year in a row. The exhibition is already open to the public at TECH_FAC New Media Arts Museum in Tehran, Iran.
Platform 101 and Trailblazing New Media Art at IROMEDIA
The visitors of IROMEDIA have a chance to immerse themselves in the world of contemporary new media art represented by artists from Iran, Cuba, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina. The list of Iranian artists, including Platform 101 artists, includes Shirin Abedinirad, Dorsa Basij, Melina Clade, Sadeq Majlesipour, Rosi Taheri, Babak Sepanta, Arezou Ramezani, Behnam Kamrani, Soheil Kheirabadi, Samira Pahlevani, Elham Kazemi, Mehrnoosh Roshanaei, Elmira Abolhasani, and Mohammad Ali Famori. Among Latin American artists whose work is presented at IROMEDIA are Gabriela Golder, Lucas Bambozzi, Enrique Ramirez, Kika Nicolela, Eder Santos, Elcio Miazaki, Franco Palioff, and others. The exhibition is curated by Gabriel Soucheyre, Marta Blanchietti, Giovana Rombaldi, Saeed Khavar Nejad, and Carola Del Pizzo.
About Platform 101
Platform 101 was founded in 2018 in Iran. Its co-founder and director, Mohammad Ali Famori, is an established artist, curator, and author of “Glitch: Pixel Language.” Throughout the years, Platform 101 has organized many cultural events, participated in various projects, and became an important part of the Tehran art scene. Today, it is a major new media art center where some of the greatest creative minds of the Middle East come together to create truly awe-inspiring works of art.
IROMEDIA is on view at TECH_FAC New Media Arts Museum through September 15, 2023. Those who missed the first opening on September 1 can still join the second one for the NFT art section of the show on September 8.
300Magazine is happy to see Platform 101 artists thriving and wishes them all the best with the upcoming projects.