Farimah Eshraghi is an Iranian artist currently living in Boston, US. She is a visual artist working with photography and video to address issues around gender, body and culture. Her work is mostly concerned with how social and political agendas affect personal experience. While using current issues she channels her work to the past and uses history and found imagery to demonstrate her ideas.

As a woman grown up in a traditional society and later an immigrant in the United States, she utilizes her personal experience to expand her subject matter. In her most recent work, she is working on the cultural and physical experiences of immigrants and how immigration can affect one’s language and communication abilities.