One of the artists participating in the „Reconfiguring Anonymity“ project, Parastou Forouhar, recently spent two months in Iran where she grew up and where her parents, the oppositional politicians Daryoush Forouhar und Parvaneh Eskandari, were killed by secret police officers in 1998. In her report (in English, and here: in German/auf Deutsch), Parastou Forouhar describes her troubles to resolve the aftermath of two violent break-ins and robberies in her parents‘ house in Teheran, as well as general impressions of her trip, incl. a visit to the banned Khavaran cemetery on the outskirts of Teheran where especially in the 1980s people killed by the regime were routinely buried in anonymous mass graves.