Reyhaneh Yazdani holds a MArch from the University of Tehran, Iran. Her focus on relationality and interdisciplinary approaches towards art and architecture led her to continue her education in the MFA program at Emily Carr University in 2017. Through her work, research, writing and teaching, Yazdani critiques conventional architectural practices and explores how art and design modifications and interventions can activate change in the built environment. Yazdani’s current works engage with discarded objects, spaces and materials as the site for exploring new meanings and forms. Through the process of remaking and reconstruction, she responds to the stories and creates her own.