Recent Exhibitions


1. Action 180: At 9:15am Sunday 28 May, 1967.
Sculpture in the City - 9th Edition. 2019, London

2. Sensual/Virtual: Two Coloured Sculptures
At Fitzwilliam Museum’s Octagon Gallery
Curated by Dr Victoria Avery and Luke Syson
August 2020 - November 2020

Curated by BJORN STERN
At Colnaghi London
AUTUMN, 2020

4.Summer/Winter show at the Royal Academy of Art
Curated by Jane and Louise Willson
October 2020 - January 2021


1. Scramble, 1967.
Nocturnal Creatures 2019 - Bury Court, London

2. Action 213, A taste of austere luminance.
BIENALSUR 2019 - Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo (MNAD), Buenos Aires.

3. 12 noon , Monday 5 August 1963.
Asia Society Museum. 2019, New York.

Koroška Art Museum, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia

6. Crumbling Down, Up and Up we Climb.
Yarat Contemporary Art Space, Baku, Azerbeijan

7.Bilder Fragen.
H2- Centre for Contemporary art in the Glass Palace Kunstsammlungen and Museen Ausburg, Germany

8. Uncertain States - Artistic Strategies in States of Emergency.
Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany

9. L’arte differente: MOCAK al MAXXI.
Exhibition of works from the MOCAK Collection in Rome

10. Migrations in Contemporary Art
MUNTREF Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Buenos Aires


Action 141: Not what was meant - Cellular


16 mm film, surround sound system

Dimension variable

Action 141: Not What Was Meant is recreated from extensive research of war and conflict reportage imagery since the 1950s until the present. Thousands of images sourced online from which several hundred have been selected, edited and arranged in order to create a choreography of shooting.

“Action 141: not what was meant is a 16mm film, Aramesh’s first foray into moving image. The film is looped in an algorithmic system of paired still images in which every image creates other possibilities that direct another probability. As it generates and regenerates, the imagery establishes a procedure that unfolds according to the work’s own inner laws of progression and/or reduction... Action 141 depicts men shooting guns over and over again for eternity. An endless round of aimless violence, the poetry of the testosterone ….”
David Thorpe (Curator and writer)