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Parjad Sharifi

Parjad Sharifi, MFA, PhD Candidate

Assistant Professor

Theatre

Abbotsford campus, D118A

Phone: 1-604-792-0025 ext. 4842

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Biography

Parjad Sharifi is a Vancouver based theatre scenographer and theatre maker. He has been nominated and won Jessie Richardson Awards for outstanding lighting design. Parjad has collaberated with theatre and dance companies in Vancouver and across Canada, such as Neworld Theatre, Leaky Heaven (Fight with a Stick), Theatre Replacement, Theatre Conspiracy, Rumble Theatre, Pi Theatre, 605 Collective, and Kokoro Dance.

Parjad’s research interest is exploring designing techniques of expressive scenography and bioscenography in performing arts and urban design within the context of digital and interactive technologies. He is the assistant professor of stage design and technical theatre at the University of The Fraser Valley, and is also a member of Associated Designer of Canada.

If you would like to know more about him, visit his website here.

Education

  • PhD Candidate, School of Interactive Art and Technology, Simon Fraser University
  • MFA - University of British Columbia

Research Interests

  • Digital Performance
  • Immersive Environments
  • Augmented Reality Performance
  • Virtual Reality Performance
  • Object performance
  • Post dramatic theatre

Presentations

Sharifi, Parjad. “Bioscenography”, 2nd Global Performance: Visual Aspects of Performance, November 2011.

 

Sharifi, Parjad. “Chronos of A Dead Machine, Creation of A Character by Bioscenography”, DRHA, Sensual Technologies, Collaborative Practices of Interdisciplinary, September 2010.

Publications

Book chapters

Sharifi, Parjad. "Bioscenography: Towards the Scenography of Affection." Presence and Absence: The Performing Body, edited by Adèle Anderson and Sofia Pantouvaki, Oxford: Inter-Diciplinaryo, 2014.

 

Sharifi, Parjad."Bioscenography: Towards the Scenography of Non-Representation." Activating The Inanimate: Visual Vocabularies of Performance Practice, edited by Filipa Malva, Oxford: Inter-Diciplinary, 2013, pp. 75-85.

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