Katayoun Jalilipour (1995, Esfahan, Iran) is a genderqueer Iranian born multidisciplinary artist, performer and writer based in the UK. They graduated from Performance: Design and Practice at Central Saint Martin's in 2017.
Katayoun was an opinion piece author for Shades of Noir on the topics of social justice, race, gender identity and intersectional feminism, between 2016-2018 . They have also contributed to publications such as gal-dem, Bustle, Huffington post, etc.
They were an elected welfare officer and trustee board member for Arts Student's Union between 2017-2019, where they led various campaigns around consent culture, sex workers rights and trans rights.
In their practice, Katayoun often uses their own body as the subject to discuss, poke fun, and disturb, primarily through performance art as well as using digital mediums such as gifs, video and polaroid photography. They held their first solo show in Academy of Fine Art-Prague (Winter 2018).
They have regularly performed at many queer venues/events as well as many high profile venues including: The ICA, The Marlborough Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, Prime of Ms David Hoyle at Chelsea Theatre, Stake House Live at Toynbee Hall, Deep Trash at BGWMC, Latitude festival, Supernormal festival, Wilderness festival, Femmetopia festival, Wotever World at Southbank Centre, and more.