Parvez was born in 1967 in India. Parvez is a multidisciplinary, conceptual artist who engages with Live/Performance Art, Videos, Installations, Photography, Text, Sound and Curation.

He seeks his raw material from the socio-political circumstances and conditions that are mundane and part of the routine, everyday life. His practice engages with (de)construction of identities, the examination of the status quo, and related questions. The 'concept / thought' forms the core of his work. He chooses the media based on the idea to give it a form. His background in psychiatry, interest in the human mind / thought processes and the discourse on (neo)colonization; influences his works.

Before establishing his career as a multidisciplinary artist, he holds a degree of medicine. He has many solo and group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally, including BYOB – Transbona-Halle, Basel, (2023); T.E.N.D – Museum 1, Luzern. Switzerland (2023); International Performance Art Giswil, Giswil (Talk), Museum of Goa (2022), Mother Earth Calling - Salon Mondial, Basel (2021); Corona Call Locarno - Piazzetta dei' Capitani, Locarno (2021); Food Futures Art - Kunsthalle Faust, Hannover, Germany (2019); From the Sidelines - FABRIKculture, Hegenheim, France (2017); Oneness - India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India (2016); Q-Bar – Eck – Raum für Kunst, Aarau, Switzerland, curator by Sadhyo Niederberger (2019) to name a few.

He is also been a part of many film festivals, like, Fourth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Vancouver (2017); Clair-Obscur Film Festival, Markthalle, Basel, Switzerland (2015); 6th International Documentary and Short, Film Festival, Kerala, India (2013); XXI Pärnu International Film Festival, Estonia (2007) and many more.

Parvez has also won many awards, namely, Silver Beaver - National Science Film Festival, India (2013), Best Film - "EIGHT" International Short Films Festival, India (2010); 2nd Best Film - 3rd International Video Journalism Awards, Berlin (2006) and many more.

Since 2015, he lives in Basel, Switzerland.