Through their works the duo, Ali & Ramyar try to illustrate the impacts of a dual life in a constricted and fluctuating society, to portray the uncertainty, fear and indifference caused by years of political and social turmoil.
Almost all of Ali and Ramyar’s images are ‘staged’, a fashionable method and trend during the 80s. However, they use this method not to follow trends but specifically to achieve the results they seek to produce, to express their thoughts and a carefully planned narrative to express their thoughts on an ever changing and sometimes frustrated society they understand well and live with.
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