Arjang Omrani

Audio-Visual Anthropologist and Filmmaker based in Athens.
Born in 1972 in Tehran and holds a master degree in Visual and Media Anthropology from Free University of Berlin.
Lecturing Audio-Visual Anthropology at the university of Muenster (Germany) with experience of teaching and organising seminars and workshops at different institutes such as University of Cologne and the school of Media Art of Cologne (KHM)
Arjang is engaged with Audio-Visual, Sensorial, and Performative modes of presentation in
Anthropological studies and human life, most notably, transcultural condition.
His works are intertwined both in theoretical field by producing ideas and presenting in academic in various international festivals, exhibitions and venues.
Some major works of his are feature length films; Parallax 2011, On the Run 2013 (granted by the Academy der Kunst der Welt) Passager (2018). Shorts such as Stereotype 2010, Unless the water is safer than the land 2015. Performances; Collaborating in a talk show performance ‘Camp Anti Camp’ with Phil collins, in Mousonturm in Frankfurt2012, collaboration in interactive artistic web-project as video artist 2012, and the Interactive video installation “Synapse” 2015.