Rouzbeh Akhbari is an artist and human geographer primarily working in video installation and film. His practice is research-driven and typically sits at the intersections of storytelling, political ecology, and postcolonial studies. Through a delicate examination of the violence and intimacies that occur at the borders of lived experience and constructed histories, he uncovers the minutiae of power that regiments the world around us. Akhbari trained as a sculptor at OCAD University and holds a master’s degree in visual studies from the Daniels School of Architecture, Landscape and Design. He is currently a Ph.D. student of Human Geography at the University of Toronto.