Mojdeh Rezaeipour

Size: 15 x 15 x 3 inches
Edition Size: 10
Medium: Chain, Thread, and Iron Transfer

  • 12oz Heavy Canvas
  • Bottom Gusset
  • Reinforced at stress points
  • 21 inch Web Handles


About the Tote Bag:
Earlier this year, I spent a lot of time mining a trove of childhood drawings lovingly archived by my mother in preparation for an immersive video installation I was working on. Many of these drawings feature details that were once an ordinary part of my day to day life, but now feel more like a novelty to me after decades of living in the US. This delicious piece of Sangak bread featured on my tote bags is one of these details. Once you buy one, I hope you take it to your nearby Persian supermarket, fill it with some actual Sangak and experience it for yourself.p.s. The shorter handles are made from recycled chains originally used in some of my installations. <3


About the Artist:
Mojdeh Rezaeipour is an Iranian-born artist working primarily in mixed media, installation and film. She is a graduate of UC Berkeley, where she studied architecture, and of Alt*Div, an alternative divinity school centering the intersection of healing justice and art as spiritual practice. Mojdeh is currently based in the DC area, where she is a resident at STABLE, a VisArts Studio Fellow, and an upcoming Artist in Residence at Wesley Theological Seminary.

Monday Nov 5 2018