Rashin Teimouri is an Amsterdam-based visual artist with an MA in Visual Arts and Post-Contemporary Practice from MIVC (Den Bosch, NL).
Her work revolves around the concept of ephemerality, employing sound, water drops, and other transient materials in live performances to capture the fleeting nature of moments, leaving behind traces. Through improvisation, she explores an ephemeral approach to art that cannot be replicated. Influenced by her experiences growing up in Iran and her relocation during the pandemic, she delves into the transient nature of life.
Since 2018, she has been engaging in collaborative projects with musicians as an integral part of her artistic practice.