Azadeh Shladovsky is a Los Angeles-based, Iranian born, multi-disciplinary artist dedicated to studying and materializing visual consciousness. Shladovsky’s process is rooted in a conceptual framework that examines how, what and who we see while challenging the prescribed semiotics of visual representation.
Azadeh’s studio practice is equally informed by her community engagement, activism and programming. She expanded her space in 2013 to fulfill a social practice anchored in the deconstruction of visual consciousness; The program is solely dedicated to activating people and organizations who are working to shift our collective narrative around populations and issues that remain unseen.
Azadeh completed her undergraduate and post-graduate studies at the University of California, Los Angeles and launched the studio in 2011.