زنگ - برفک
Hetra live April 2013
زنگ - نوروز تو راهه - هترا
Zang - Nowrouz Tou Raahe - Live at Hatra
Re- Backlash Blues by Nina Simone
Zang - Live at Divan-e-Shams
A performance by:
Tara Fatehi Irani
With: Mahyar Tahmasbi (cello)
Video: Mohammad Reza Alimorad
Inspired by John Cage's ideas, six different slots of activity have been defined for the performers according to different solos from Cage's Song Books; six different scores from the book are also chosen to be played by the Cello, and six different effect sets to change all the sounds (Cello, sounds of objects each equipped with a contact mic, voices of the performers with wireless mics). Each performer rolls a dice to find out his/her next task (Slot, Score, Effect). A short text is read by the performers in each slot. All texts are about the death of the father; humorously recounting a tragedy.
Jigsaw was performed in “John Cage is Happening”;
A festival of 12 performances by Iranian artists based on John Cage's “SongBooks” in Tehran.
Curated by Pouya Ehsaei & Amir Raad.
Live at Ebrahimifar's, Tehran
“Here” is a performance/projection of three instrument players and the performing artist. It focuses on the dis-connectivity of the music world inside and outside of Iran and issues around it in recent history.
Premeditated videos of performers are projected on separate walls in a square shape gallery space to indicate there is contrast with where they are and where you are, what they play and what you hear, what they express and what you feel.
As part of the event “30 Performaces, 30 Artists, 30 Days” a variation of 'Here' is performed at East Gallery in Tehran.
A collaboration with Makan Ashgwari (vocals) and Hessameddin Mohammadianpour (percussion).
Played in the closing ceremony of the leev theatre group festival “monologue” at Iranian Artist Forum, katibeh was originally performed by Farhad, an iranian pop singer.
Strange Vibrations Four experimental electronic music live sets, by Tom Mudd, Jasper Leyland, Oli Larkin, and Pouya Ehsaei,in the Rymer Auditorium - University of York.
Pouya experimented with different iranian music samples to make a rich textural musical space.
Miraft - #1 @ St. Aidan`s Rd.
Zang - Gaze
زنگ - نگاه
Hosh #1 - From The Album Hosh
Zang - Shiishe (Glass)
Live at Ebrahimifar's Tehran
A performer (Makan Ashgvari) tells different stories from his/her past and present. He jumps from one story to another, and from one personality to another. The stream of stories is interrupted by the performer starting to dance with noise music (live by Pouya Ehsaei) in various intervals. HiCCUP is created by Sarah Feli, Tara Fatehi Irani, Makan Ashgvari, Pouya Ehsaei.
یکصدمین سالگرد تولد جان کیج (سپتامبر ۲۰۱۲) سبب پدید آمدن رویدادهای فرهنگی متنوعی جهت بزرگداشت او در سراسر جهان گشته است. در ایران نیز گالری ایست میزبان یک مجموعه پرفورمنس در بزرگداشت جان کیج خواهد بود.
“جان کیج پیش می آید” بر اساس سه جلد کتاب از جان کیج به نام ”کتاب ترانه ها“ است که به کیوریتوری پویا احصایی و امیر راد در تیرماه ۱۳۹۱ به اجرا در خواهد آمد.
در این پروژه هنرمندانی از عرصه های گوناگون شرکت می کنند.
اطلاعات بیشتر در صفحه فیسبوک جان کیج پیش می آید و وبسایت گالری ایست در دسترس خواهد بود.
“John Cage is happening” is a collection of 12 performances based on “Song books” created by 18 artists. Some of the performances are based on one piece, some are based on a few and some are inspired by John Cage’s general idea in this book. Pouya co-curated this event with Amir Rad and also performed a piece “Jigsaw” with Sara Feli and Tara Fatehi Irani.
Private Concert at Saba Studio, Tehran. A collaboration with Makan Ashkwari (Piano, Vocals)
Gnomon A performance by Tara Fatehi Irani, Sarah Feli and Pouya Ehsaei. East Gallery, Tehran.
A performance by Tara Fatehi Irani, Sarah Feli and Pouya Ehsaei at East Gallery, Tehran. From the event “30 Performances, 30 Artists, 30 Days”.
In “Asymmetry” daily routines of life in Tehran alongside dream like nightmares are being told with accompany of sketches being drawn on the wall. The stories are recorded, then processed and played back again to make a sense of recurrence of all the events.
Same set as the strange vibration with more obscure use of Iranian music.