Ramin Aryaie is a german-iranian audio-visual artist and freelance designer based in Cologne, Germany.
They realise small and large-scale projects, commissioned and in self-initiated formats.
Ramin works between film, experimental video pieces, photography, fine art, audiovisual performance, print- and webdesign. From an early age their work has drawn from the inspiration of being around people as well as nature. This interest has translated into a very collaborative approach to projects.
In 2014 they founded the trans-media project voiiage.art, under which they self-published their first book “Black Magic Baby Jesus”. In 2020 they were involved in the release of “Still Burning” by co-directing two documentary films and layouting two 150+ page informative books on the global hard-coal infrastructure.
Over the years they have worked for clients such as the Royal Opera House, Damien Rice, Transgressive Records, Client Earth, Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln, s t a r g a z e, 350.org, Klimaallianz, PEOPLE Festival, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Europe Beyond Coal, Stay Grounded, HEAL, Eldorado Experience/Folch Media, Michelberger Hotel and Zentrum für Zeitgenössischen Tanz Köln.
a selection of my recent work
of the spectrum of my work
I tried to write a few sentences about me
From exploring dance to abstract interpretations of sonic pieces
Between installations, live AV performances and visuals for concerts
Discoveries of the world through photography, editing, layering and deconstructing.
I realise a variety of projects in print, web and branding.
"The road to Wadi Dana is long and deserted. No signs indicate where to go. We walk to the edge and look out. An endless stony desert, interrupted by dry bushes that somehow survive with the little water they can draw from the ground and the occasional rain that...
Black Magic Baby Jesus has gotten a fresh release by the Barcelona-based travel storytelling studio Eldorado. Explore the story from Vanuatu in a new way.
I’m open for collaborations, new comissions and requests!
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