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Shirin Art Gallery Sep 2013 Corrosion 02
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زده گی

نقل به مضمون می کنم: چیزهایی هستند که روح مارا می خورند، می خراشند، می سوزانند و . . .

آنچه که در اطراف مان می گذرد توام با انبوهی از دردهایی است که می تواند، و حتا می گویم، می بایست آبشخور فضایی باشد که تصاویر مان در آن شکل بگیرد و عرضه شود. به خوشی ها و ملایمت ها پشت نکرده ام یا بودن شان را نفی نمی کنم اما همواره در زنده گی چیزهایی هستند که . . .

مفاهیم معاصر، خود دارای نوعی وازده گی نسبت به مفهوم کلاسیک زنده گی هستند. خوشی ها وخوبی ها در زیر لایه ای از ناخوشایندی ها در جریان است و در مقام مقایسه در می یابیم که خوشی ها زودگذرترند. ناخوشایندی ها چه حاصل الکن بودن روابط انسانی مان باشد و چه منتج از آنچه که در روابط اجتماعی مان رخ می دهد، حتا محصول آنچه که بیرون از ما و روابط مان رخ می دهد ؛ باعث می شود تا قسمتی از روح یا جسم ویا هردوی اینها آسیب ببینند واین در عین آن است که زنده گی با شدت در جریان است و وقعی به این خورده گی ها نمی نهد. تعابیر و مفاهیمی همچون دل زده گی، وازده گی، شتاب زده گی، سرزده گی، گند زده گی، خواب زده گی، زل زده گی، گرما زده گی، مرگ زده گی، دریازده گی، زنگ زده گی و... همه گی دارای نوعی از این ناخوشایندی ها هستند که منشا هریک با دیگری متفاوت و نتایج شان بر روح، جسم و زنده گی، دارای تشابهاتی است.

آنچه که در این گرد هم آمدن مورد تاکید قرار می گیرد، تلاش برای نشان دادن یکی از این مفاهیم در قالب هر اثر است. چه، صاحبین آثار نیز در طول زنده گی، گاه و بیگاه در معرض این ناخوشایندی ها هستند و از این منظر به دلیل تاثیر بیشتر یکی از این ناخوشایندی ها بر روح و جسم هنرمند است که توان بروز هر مفهوم در اثری خاص بیش از سایرین به چشم می خورد. این مفاهیم نه به عنوان نام اثر، بلکه ناظر بر مفهومی که در هر یک از آثار به چشم می خورد انتخاب شده و به اشتراک گذاشته شده است. اشراف هنرمند هر اثر و مماس بودن او با جوهر هر یک از این مفاهیم باعث شده است تا اثرش علی رغم عنوان شخصی، ذیل یکی از این مفاهیم به مخاطب عرضه شود.   

زده گی از هیچ یک از ما دور نیست؛ می خورد، می خراشد، می سوزاند و...

آیدین خانکشی پور   -   مرداد نود و دو

Corrosion

There are some things that corrode, scratch and scorch our spirit.

What happens around us is twin with numerous pains that can, and even, should be destiny of our images. I never turned my back on joys and softnesses or never deny their existence but constantly there are somethings in life that…

Corrosion is not the solution for solving these things and doesn’t count indispensable this duty, corrosion wants to indicate.

Contemporary concepts, in relation to classical concepts of life have a kind of corrosion.

Joys and goodnesses moves under the layer of unpleasantness, but more ephemeral than them. Even if unpleasantness are the result of our stammered relationship or the result of what happens in our social relations, it hurts some part of spirit or body or both of them, but life is going on and doesn’t pay  attention to these all corrosions. Concepts like cardiorrosion, loosorrosion, hasteorrosion, caputorrosion, sleeporrosion, deathorrosion, searrosion, thermorrosion, gazeorrosion, messorrosion all have this kind of unpleasantness that differ in origins but have similar results on spirit, body and life. All our attempts are to indicate one of these concepts in frame of each work. As artists, in during of life, occasionally, faced with this unpleasantness and because of its effect on artist’s spirit and body, detection of each concept in specific work will be seen more than other works. These concepts has been selected and shared not as a name of work, but as a spectator on concepts. Corrosion entrusts each concept to somebody in order to find a way to indicate these things.    

Corrosion is not far from none of us: 

It corrodes, scratches and scorches and …

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