Born in 1979. Graduated from MA Design Products at the Royal College of Art, London in 2008.

Recent 5 main activities are:
- Changing Play, Serpentine Galleries, Group, London 2017

- The City Questions, Nottingham Contemporary, Solo, Nottingham 2016-17

- Hello Stranger, V&A Museum, Solo, London 2015-16

- Hyson Green Workshop, NAE, Solo, Nottingham 2015

- Naak Wangi, British Council, AHRC, Group, 2014-15

Recent awards include:
- LDoc AHRC Scholarship, 2017
- Near Now Fellowship, 2015
- Artist International Development Fund, 2014

Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad's design practice employs a discursive approach that spans disciplines and scales, from spaces and food to, games and objects through collaborations with industry, craftspeople, cultural organisations and communities. Hashemi-Nezhad teaches at the Royal College of Art in London where he lives.

About works / performance

1.Bahbak_KWP_The Kiriko Watch Project.jpg

The Kiriko Watch Project, 2013-17, dimensions variable, Sumida City Office, Yamada Glass, Kubo Ltd

2.Bahbak_CP_Changing Play.jpg

Changing Play, 2017, dimensions variable, Serpentine Galleries

3.Bahbak_HS_Hello Stranger.jpg

Hello Stranger, 2015-16, dimensions variable, V&A Museum of Childhood, London

4.Bahbak_HWU_Hyson Green Workshop Units.jpg

Hyson Green Workshop Units, 2015, dimensions variable, NAE, Nottingham

5.Bahbak_IML_Dinu Stool.jpg

Dinu Stool, 2015, red cedar, 45x30x30cm, Ishinomaki Laboratory


Naak Wangi, 2014, dimensions variable, British Council, AHRC, People Tree