After studying cinema and direction, Ramin Parvin (born in Iran) moved to Berlin, where he has lived and worked since 2013. In the past decade, he has devoted himself to filmmaking; in parallel, he developed aesthetic considerations on paper using various techniques such as painting, collage, drawing and storyboarding. Recurring themes and inspirations in Parvin's work are everyday (life) rituals, inconspicuous objects that become important through their use, as well as interpersonal intimacy in its various forms of connection between family members, couples, neighbours or strangers. In his works he makes his idiosyncratic view of these objects accessible to the viewer.

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