Neda Razavipour (born 1969) studied art as a practice investigating space, stage, and installation at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs EnsAD in Paris and lives between Lucerne and Tehran. Her artistic practice explores the question of balance, a condition that continually shifts between the extremes of order and chaos. This search affects the individual as well as entire societies, spaces and structures. For this reason, Razavipour’s artistic works are usually conceived site-specifically developing in a precisely thought-out choreography over several days, weeks or months. Often using action or performance, she manipulates the stable structure of the artwork. Razavipour’s scenarios can be compared to a scientific process, which repeatedly generates results, but continues to gather new experiences, from the reactions of the audience.