Rosh Zeeba (they/them, born in Tehran) works in the fields of performance, video, film, expanded media and artistic research. Zeeba studied Applied Theater Studies in Giessen and time-based media and film at the HfbK Hamburg. Through the use of expanded media and a performative approach, Zeeba creates multidirectional narratives and opens up a realm of (Iranian) queerness and deconstructed orientalism. The story tells itself and is interwoven through space, image and viewer. Zeeba engages with post-dramatic cinema, post-cyberfeminism, queer theory and artistic research on radical image production. Topics: Intersections, glitching, irritation, interweaving, torn threads, memory and dreams, ghosts and intergenerational trauma, Iranian mythology and soft world-building. 

Zeeba's works and lectures have taken place at Thessaloniki Queer Arts Festival, Tetem (NL), Balkan Can Kino (Athens), Leuphana University, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Fluctoplasma Festival, Favoriten Festival Dortmund and XPOSED Queer Filmfestival Berlin, MOM Art Space and RaumLinksRechts  Hamburg, among others. As part of the para-institutional project Haus Of Xhaos, Zeeba curates FEEVA (Forum for Experimental and Emancipatory Video Art) and hosts a monthly podcast at FSK Hamburg.