Behzad Khosravi-Noori (1976, Tehran) studied Motion pictures at Tarbiat Modaress University in Tehran and Art in Public Realm at Konstfack Stockholm.
In his research-based art practices, Khosravi-Noori emphasizes on micro history and narrative strategy within hyper-politicized socio-political milieus in films and time-based materials.
His recent exhibition include: 2017: Accessing Utopia, Venice Bienale, Research Pavilion; A Short Story about A Cat, Tranzit Iash, Romania; Around About, Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center, Ramallah, 2016: Aran Gallery, Tehran, The life of an itinerant through a pinhole; Skånes konstförening, Lund, 2014: Incandescence, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm; 2013: Vibration, Tensta Konsthall,and Konstfack, Stockholm, and 2012: The Black eyes of Bruce Lee, MKC, Stockholm.
Currently, he is holding a PhD position at Konstfack in collaboration with school of architecture at Royal Collage of Technology KTH in Stockholm.
Khosravi-Noori lives and works in Stockholm.