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Born in Isfahan (Iran), Zam Zadeh is an award-winning storyteller.
With a background in speculative narration (l’ERG, Belgium), trained as a comic artist from Sint-Lukas School of Art (Belgium) and digital storyteller from Kask (Belgium). Her work has been shown in South Korea, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium.
In 2020, her virtual reality project based on the poetry of Omar Khayyam, Glad that I came, not sorry to depart, received a jury Prize at the Anima Festival.
Zam work is about coming from there, living here and dying somewhere.
Photo by Ringo Gomez
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