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Tehran

   فرضیه های عارفانه ی هنرمندانِ گذشته و وحدت در زبان و کلامِ آن ها بسیار جلب نظرم را می کند. چگونه فرضیه ای به خیال در آمده است و به این درستی به اشکال هنریِ گوناگون بدل شده است.

خیالِ من ابداً آن نیست، که فرضیه ام هم آن نیست. خیالم ایجاد اعوجاج است و تردید در آن وحدتِ یاد شده.

در این دوره ی کاری، ناپیداییِ شیء پیدا به هر گونه در تصاویر ظاهر می شود و این بار در هیبت آینه کاری هم زبانه می کشد. 

تجزیه ی شیء، ناکاملی و عدم وضوحِ شیء در آینه های مُکثر، زبان دلخواهی را برایم فراهم کرده است. هیبت پدیده های ارگانیکِ گذشته ام که یادآور اندام های باز شده یا دریده شده بود، با مواد و عناصرِ بازمانده از خیال شرقی آمیخته و بازتولید شد.   

و در پایان دریدنِ شیء ارگانیک در خیالِ شرقی این گونه نمایان شد…

پویا اردیبهشت ۹۳

Spiritual observation of Iranian artists of the past as well as consistency of their words and thoughts are absolutely fascinating to me. One wonders how an observation can become a fantasy and so perfectly turn into diverse art forms. 

This is far from what my fantasy is; neither does it come close to my observation. What I have in mind is distortion as well as shedding doubt on that consistency. Throughout this period of my career, invisibility of visible objects emerges in my work in various forms, reappearing this time in the form of mirror-works.  

Disintegration of an object and its incomplete, obscure appearance in multiple mirrors are providing me with an ideal language. Forms of organic phenomena of the past that reminisce dissected or lacerated organs are re-created through blending with residual materials and elements of oriental fantasy.  

And ultimately, laceration of an organic object in an oriental fantasy was such presented … 

Pooya

May 2014

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