Hirad Sab is an Iranian-American artist whose work explores the margins of digital aesthetics, internet culture, and technology. His amalgams occupy a precarious intersection of culture and the democratic nature of image circulation, an aesthetic trend that expands and mutates rapidly. Sab pursued his M.F.A. in design media arts at UCLA and received his B.S. in computer science from the University of Utah. His work has been exhibited at The Wrong Biennale, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, CHAO Art Center, and The LOW Museum of Contemporary Culture, with live visual performances at MoMA PS1 and ICA London.
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