Khorramian’s hand-printed and painted imagery of her kimono works resemble constellations, secret
codes, or blueprints for mechanical assemblages. Stretched on a dowel, the kimono appears totemic,
larger than human life. Khorramian's practice incorporates the cosmological thinking of ancient cultures,
their complex mythologies, and evocative spiritual vocabularies, with her imagined worlds, synthesizing
them into “histories” that are both futuristic and ancient. In a vacillating process between macro and micro
views, Khorramian integrates fiction with spectacle and theater to explore the transience of living matter
and beings within cycles of depletion and plenitude.
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