Aida is an Iranian born; London based printmaker/ visual artist and educator and the founder of Print Is Power & Sisters In Print projects. Her outdoor public art installations include, Honk Kong Walls 2019, Shangri-La, Glastonbury Festival, Wood Street Walls, Adblock Bristol, Croydon Rise Festival & various Brandalism projects.
Aida’s fine art studio based serigraphy has been exhibited nationally & internationally. Her residency at the Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths, Empowered PrintWorks (2015) was exhibited as part of the WARM Guerrillas: Feminist Visions exhibition in Minneapolis’s (2016). Her Credit Crunch poster was acquired and shown in Victoria & Albert Museums touring exhibition, A World To Win: Posters of Protest & Revolution (2014-2016). More recently exhibiting in Vienna’s Fine Art Academy, in Dark Energy, Feminist Organizing, Working Collectively (2019) and collaborating with Help Refugees UK on a number of projects that have been exhibited in Somerset House and Saatchi Gallery (2019)
More recently (2020) Aida worked on the international cross culture exhibition disCONNECT which was a collaborative project with Schoeni Projects and Hong Kong Walls creating a pandemic related immersive installation which was installed in London & Hong Kong.