Nazanin Noori is an artist who lives and works in Berlin. Her interdisciplinary work includes sound art, live and lecture performance, installation, direction and text.
With a formal education in theater, film and media studies, Noori addresses the merging of sound, space, sculpture and post-dramatic poetry, focussing on atmospheric narratives. Her compositions are primarily in the Ambient Hardcore realm, branching out into Doom Electronics.
Her latest sound piece HAAL was commissioned by Deutschlandfunk Kultur in 2022. Her debut album FARCE was released in 2020. In the same year, she had a residency at Junge Akademie der Künste in Berlin. Nazanin Noori’s sound and room installations were on view at EIGEN + ART Lab, Akademie der Künste, as well as Transmediale. Her performances have been staged at Berliner Festspiele, Villa Massimo, Halle am Berghain, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Schauspielhaus Zürich, La Gaîté Lyrique and CTM. Her theatre works were staged at Deutsches Theater and Berliner Ensemble. Her sound scenarios have been presented in various radio stations across Africa, Asia, America and Europe, such as Refuge Worldwide, Mutant Radio and Deep House Tehran.
Nazanin Noori is also part of the improvisational trio Parvaresh/Noori/Zahedi, performing as a modular synthesist and vocalist, next to the bass clarinetist and clarinetist Shabnam Parvaresh and Azin Zahedi, who plays the santoor, bansuri and flute.