Born in Tehran, visual artist Navid Nuur creates work that reflects a relation between concept and form. His forms materialise through a subjective programme of requirements or rules in which intuition is key. Although very conceptual at first sight, the process by which Nuur’s body of work is produced is strongly influenced by intuition and chance. His sculptures, installations, and text-based works often contain the essence of a certain material at their core. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of work by Nuur at Be-Part, Platform for contemporary art, in Waregem, Belgium, this book conjures the temporary, in-between state characterised by his work.
116 pages, 21 x 29 cm, softcover, Roma Publications (Amsterdam).