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Found object, cotton embroidery

150 x 100cm


When teaching radio in a disused circus in Kharkiv, Fari Bradley walked about on foot and found the oddest shop of army materials and vintage items. This is where she found the flag and after all the discussions on ideologies and experiences she had there, this phrase came to her as maxim for today. Soft power on both sides was trying to act on a people who liked a bit of both, this what they told her. Flags, straight lines, colours, they are extra-nature. Nature moves in curves and cannot be contained.


Fari Bradley (b. Iran) is an artist and composer working with listening, language and environment. Based in London, with years spent working in the Persian Gulf, Bradley's practice spans installation, sculpture, performance and radiophonics. Her work employs found objects, textiles and electronics, and questions architecture, public space and society.

Past commissions include V&A Museum, South London Gallery, and Venice Biennale. Group shows include Raven Row, London, Paris, Buenos Aires, Maraya Art Centre and solo shows in Dubai and London, with residencies at NYUAD and Sound and Music. Bradley is a PhD researcher at UAL's Centre for Research into Sound Arts Practice.

You Can't Stop the Wind

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