Leily Moghtader Mojdehi (b.1999, U.K), is an Iranian, South-East Asian, and British artist, raised in the Middle East and is now based in London. Her works revolve around personal narratives that explore her transcultural identity and liminal state of being, which inherently address socio-political concerns. Through her studio practice, Mojdehi adopts different visual languages, with the intention to layer her works not only literally, but referentially, steeping them in various historical, cultural, and aesthetic references. The outcome of this playful mixing comes work of gentle confusion between the real and the representational in densely layered collage compositions, in the form of mixed media, textiles collages, and ceramics alike.
BA Fine Art Extension Degree 2017-2020
18th - 22nd June 2021
Goldsmiths Fine Art Degree Show, Laurie Grove Baths
selected group exhibitions
2020 Goldsmiths Oriental M-art Online, Goldsmiths University, London