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Aaran Art Gallery Mar 2012 Elika Hedayat Ecliptic Lunacy 03
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آثار الیکا هدایت استثمار، بی تفاوتی، بی عدالتی و زوال در حوزه زندگی اجتماعی را به تصویر می کشند. شهروند تابع و تزویری ذاتی که برای بقا به آن نیازمند است. تزویری که در رابطه بین فریبکار و فریب دیده حاکم است. " زنجیره" بدن ها تشخیص قربانی را غیرممکن می سازد.

آثار الیکا هدایت آزار دهنده هستند. گزارشی از بخشی از جامعه : از مضحکه تا تقلید.شخصیت ها تشنه توجه هستند. اصرار بر دیده شدن ادامه دارد. جماعت خود شیفته ای که تاکید بر حضور دارند. 

بدنهای ناکامل، بدنهای مثله شده، کالبدهائی لامکان. بدنهائی که بدون آغاز یا پایان و مشخصا" بدون هیچ هدفی، وجود دارند. هنرمند به صراحت و بی پرده بیننده را دعوت می کند که به ظاهرسازی و آشفتگی حاضر در خیابانهای تهران توجه کند. اینها "عکس های فوری" از بخشی از جامعه هستند که درگیر عوامگرائی،"خود نمایشی"، و بازیهای پشت پرده "خرده قدرتها " هستند. 

این آثار ادراکی است از ناهنجاریهای واقعیتی که به تصویر می کشند. در عین حال آنچه که منتقل می کنند این است که هنرمندان پیشرو کشورمان، با اصرار بر ثبت واقعیات، خود انکار تاریکی هستند./ابلها مرد، عدوی تو نیستم من، انکار توام/. و این سرچشمه قدرت هنر ایران و نوید آینده ای بهتر است.

Elika Hedayat addresses aspects of exploitation, indifference, injustice and degradation of public life. She pictures the subaltern citizens and the essential duplicity necessary for their existence, duplicity that is evident in relationship of deceiver and deceived. The "chain" of bodies in her work makes it impossible to recognize who is or is not a victim.

The characters are determined to be noticed, they insist to be seen. The  self satisfied populace  with their absolute perseverance  to Exist. Her work is decidedly disturbing and at the same time they are portrayals of parts of society, ranging from ridiculous to parody. Incomplete or mutilated  bodies, bodies without locations. They stand without a beginning or end and evidently with no direction. 

Elika Hedayat, with precision and unapologetically invites us to reflect on the hypocrisy and chaos that governs the streets of Tehran. These are snap shots of parts of our society, reminding us of the vulgarity, exhibitionism and under lying tensions of Petit powers.

 It is an art that can be understood in the disorder of the reality that it is portraying. But it also shows us that as long as our progressive artists are willing to push the limits, by the mere fact of their existence they are the denial of the darkness. And there lies the strength of Iranian art and promise of a far better future.

نمایشگاه آثار " الیکا هدایت " با عنوان " ماه گرفتگی " اسفند 1392 گالری آران

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