Azadeh Fatehrad is an artist and researcher. Her work engages with the feminist history of Iran from 1909 to the present. Her projects explore still and moving image archives investigating the ways in which the feminist movement has been expanded among urban middle class women in her home country of Iran. Fatehrad has curated a series of public programmes, symposia and exhibitions, including the recent exhibitions Iran’s Women’s Movement, Framer Framed, Amsterdam (2016) and Hengameh Golestan: Witness 1979, The Showroom, London (2015). She has presented academic papers at a variety of conferences and symposiums, such as The Feminist Movement in Twentieth-Century Iran at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Politics of the Domestic at Delfina Foundation, London (2015), the Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives in Silent Cinema conference at the University of York (2015) and Challenging Gender, Embracing Intersectionality, CHASE, London (2015). Fathered has exhibited her work in London, Vancouver, New York and Tehran. She is currently part of the Photography Programme of the Royal College of Art, London.