Rashin Fahandej & Krista Dragomer Selections from 160 Years of Pressure
160 Years of Pressure is an ongoing series of sound and video installation collaborative works created by Krista Dragomer and Rashin Fahandej, begun in 2007. The artists created this work together, using popular communication technology and social networking mediums, while living several time zones apart—Boston and Vancouver, San Francisco and New York — with travel between each city whenever possible.
Bio Krista Dragomer is an artist, writer, and graphic essayist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She is the Blogger and Editor-in-Chief for PROTEOSCOPE blog, a project launched in collaboration with the interdisciplinary art space Proteus Gowanus. She has been collaborating with Rashin Fahandej for almost five years. Fahandej graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art in 2006 and the San Francisco Art Institute in 2010. She works in New York City and Boston and spent the past summer in Poland, working on a project for the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.