I born in Iran and travel all around the world to find my own path. I am now an artist-curator living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. I hold an MFA in studio arts from Georgia State University and a bachelor’s degree in Persian Rugs with a concentration in the restoration of antique and historic hand-woven textiles.
In my studio, I combine traditional handwork, found objects, abandoned textiles, and discarded data to reference human history, language, tradition, and culture through my own perspective.
By collecting devalued and often unwanted items and transforming them into new materials, my art demonstrates the life cycle and metamorphic possibilities of everyday objects.
An Invitational group art show at Roswell Visual Art center
Soude Dadras Solo Art Show
Roswell Visual Arts Center
10495 Woodstock Rd, Roswell, GA 30075
Art historian Soude Dadras' Persian carpet weaving workshop at the Carnegie Museum of Art on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015.
A promotional video created by the Kyoto International Community House to celebrate the 25th anniversary of kokoka's establishment.
“The fact that I am writing to you in English already falsifies what I wanted to tell you”
-Gustavo Pérez Firmat, Bilingual Blues