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رضا مرادي در نقاشي ايراني (مكتب هرات و تبريز) و نقاشي مدرنيسم وجوه اشتراكي پيدا كرده است و دارد از آن‌ها يك چيز تازه مي‌سازد. از آنجا كه هر نوع انطباق ميان امر سنتي و امر مدرن در نهايت به سود مدرنيسم تمام مي‌شود، پس نقاشي‌هاي او بي‌شك مدرنيستي‌اند. («تطبيقي» مي‌نامم چون به نظرم وجه اصيلي در اين آثار خودنمايي مي‌كند كه آن‌ها را از يك «تلفيق» عوام‌پسندانه و گاه به بيان امروزي‌تر، «پست مدرن» مي‌رهاند.)

نقاشي‌هاي او از نظر موضوع، همچون سنت نقاشي ايراني، به سادگي توصيف‌گر يك متن ادبي‌اند (در اينجا شاهنامه‌ي فردوسي). استفاده‌ي عامدانه و افراطي از رنگ سياه در كار او يك ويژگي است. اين رنگ در عين قدرت بيانگري‌اش هيچگاه روايت داستان شاهنامه را فرو نمي‌گذارد. يعني همچنان كه رنگ سياه در كار او يك ويژگي بصري است،‌ ظلمت شب يلداي بيژن و منيژه نيز هست.

رضا مرادي در نقاشي‌هاي كوچك‌اش همچنان كه از موقعيت هر چيز فاصله مي‌گيرد، از عینیت آن چیزها هم دور    می شود. از دیدگاه تطبیقی در آثار او فاصله ی ميان نقاش و مورد نقاشي‌اش بيش‌تر از فاصله‌اي است كه زماني نقاشان ايراني با مورد نقاشي‌شان داشتند. در اينجا همه چيز- به اصطلاح سينمايي- در لانگ شات ديده مي‌شود. رضا مرادي امروز، از جايي كه زماني نقاشان ايراني ايستاده بودند،‌ عقب تر رفته است تا به اين ترتيب فرديت را از عناصر و انسان‌ها در نقاشي‌اش حذف كند. انسان‌ها در نقاشي‌اش تقريباً هيچ نشانه‌اي كه مشخص كند مربوط به چه زمان و مكاني هستند را براي ما باقي نمي‌گذارند.

فاصله گرفتن نقاش از مورد نقاشي‌اش يك ويژگي اساسي در خود دارد؛ اين فاصله همه‌ي تعريف‌ها و تابوهاي وجه مثالين نقاشي ايراني را ازبين برده است. بازيگران و عناصر اصلي داستان در آثار او چندان كوچك‌اند كه ديگر هر نوع عمل مينياتوري در آن‌ها ناممكن به نظر مي‌رسد. در آن‌ها هر اسب و هر پرچم، هر قلعه و هر صخره، پيش از آن كه يك «چيز» باشد، يك «عنصر نقاشانه» است. در اين نقاشي‌ها اگر ايده و داستان ادبي حذف شود، اگر شيئيت اشيا حذف شود، و اگر همه چيز در آن‌ها جز يك لكه‌ي رنگ و يك لكه‌ي نور نباشد باز هم ما چيز زيادي را از دست نداده‌ايم چرا كه ايده و داستان اصلي در آن‌ها يك چيز بيش‌تر نيست: تاريكي جهان حاضر.

 در نبرد ميان سواران پرچم به دست،‌ در بياباني يك سر تاريك، از فاصله‌اي كه در آن تشخيص خير و شر، ديگر براي ما ناممكن است، آن هم در كادرهايي چنين كوچك، يك حكايت بزرگ در جريان است. در جهان معاصر كه در آن همچنان كساني توسط كسان ديگر مي‌ميرند حماقتي نهفته شده كه بهتر است اين بار به جاي نزديك شدن و مطالعه‌ي آزمايشگاهي‌اش از آن فاصله بگيريم تا به اين ترتيب از بار تراژيك آن با بازي نشانه‌ها بكاهيم. هر چند اين بازي به تاريك‌تر شدن جهان بيانجامد.

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