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Sanahin Babajanians (b. 1992, Tehran, Iran) received her BFA in Painting from the University of Science and Culture and her BFA from the Alzahra University. She has held one solo exhibition and her works have been featured in various festivals and group shows.
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Parallelism or Intersection?
As a part of a culture that has undergone a multitude of historical changes, architecture can represent various views and thoughts, which can be contrary as the two cultures intersect. In this Armenian-Iranian structure, architecture is used as a symbol for two cultures and identities that are sometimes different and sometimes very similar. The people of the two countries would sometimes accept each other and sometimes have opposing beliefs; yet, they have always influenced each other throughout history, whether positively or negatively.

Sanahin Babajanians, “Parallelism or Intersection?”, installation view, 2019
Sanahin Babajanians, “Parallelism or Intersection?”, installation view, 2019