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Seyhoun Art Gallery Dec 2013 Alemeh Bagherian Illusion 01
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ایهام

به مانند آدمک هایی که با چشمان ترس آلود و وهم انگیز از شرق ره می سپارند. با رویایی که از دوردست ها به سر دارند. گهی آرام و گه پر جوش به سوی وعده ی سر بسته ی اعجاز به سوی راهی پر از ایهام همچون ماهیان قرمزی که با استنباط مبهمی از زندگی در آب پرسه می زنند، زاد ره بر دوش بسته اند.

ره می سپارند در ابدیتی بی پایان، ره می سپارند با سهم کوچکشان از خاطره ها شان با نگاهی مبهم از نمی دانم های کفرانگیز، به گوششان آوای آزادی است، به دنیایی پا می گذارند غریب و سرسخت بیگانه.

نگاره هایی که با عبور از جهان گذشته به جهان معاصر پا گذاشته اند با نگاهی پر از حیرت و گه ایهام، در حال مشورت با یکدیگر – برخی نیز در حال تفکر. برخی در هیاهوی رقص پای می کوبند. این نگاره ها با چشمان درشت تر ترسیم شده اند، چشم هایی که به تعبیری دریچه هایی هستند از روح، به نشان شگفتی های دنیای معاصر و شاید نیز ترس و وهم از دیدن هم جنسان امروزیشان. در تلفیق این نگاره ها با دنیای امروز، دنیایی که زمینش از انسان تغذیه می کند. از امواتی که با گناهایشان زمین را چرک اندود و فرتوت رها کرده اند درختان در گورستان ها بارور شده اند و میوه ها شان طعمی است از ...

آدمک هایی که از عالم لاهوت به عالم ناسوت پیوند خورده اند و می ترسند از تماس با دون مایگی های زمینی.

عالمه باقریان

Illusion

Like scarecrows that are passing by from the east with fearful and delusive eyes, with a dream they are having in mind far far away. Sometimes calm, sometimes passionate they have started a voyage into a path full of illusions like red fish who wander in water with a vague perception of life.

They go through in an endless eternity, with an indistinct vision of blasphemous "I do not know"s.

Listening to the voice of freedom, they set off for a strange and desperately weird world. Figures that have entered the contemporary world, with their eyes full of wonder and illusion are thinking and consulting. Some are dancing in ecstasy. These figures have been depicted their eyes bigger, interpreted as shutters from the soul, implying wonders of the contemporary world and perhaps the fear and hallucination of encountering their contemporary counterparts. Within the integration of the aforementioned figures to today's world –the land of which is fed by the human bodies whose sins have left it polluted and senile – there is a taste of … Scarecrows descended from divinity to the temporal world and fear to touch down to earth knaveries.

نمایشگاه آثار " عالمه باقریان " با عنوان " ایهام " دی 1392 گالری سیحون 

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