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Aaran Art Gallery Nov 2013 Alishia Morassaei No 12 Tehran 07
Tehran

تنش، تپش قلب، اظطراب، دستپاچگی، اقدام به فرار و....و

ای کاش میتوانستیم کوچک شویم، تغییر بعد دهیم یا زمان را به عقب برگردانیم

ولی وقتی با فاصله به آن اتفاق نگاه میکنبم، تلخی آن روز و تنشها را از یاد می بریم.

و با داستانی روبرو می شویم که از باز تعریف با آب و تاب آن لذت برده و با هم به آن می خندیم.

باورمان می شود که یک قایم موشک واقعی بازی کرده ایم

آلیشیا مرصعی

Tension, heartbeat, stress, hurrying around, attempting to flee, …

We wish we could be smaller, to change dimension, or to turn the clock back.

Later on we take a step back and review the incidentو the bitterness and stress of the day is forgotten, and we are confronted with a story that we retell in detail and with pomposity and together we laugh about it.

We come to believe that we have played a real hide and seek game.

Alishia Morassaei

نمایشگاه " آلیشیا مرصعی " با عنوان " تهران شماره 12 " آبان 1392 گالری آران

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