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Tehran

نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی و عکاسی

عنوان : فرزند آخِر  

فرزندآخِر سعی دارد با نگاه مفهومی آثار نقاشی و عکاسی را در کنار هم به نمایش در بیاورد. تکرار، عاملی برای تولید تجربه می باشد. ذهن آگاه تجارب و اطلاعاتی را در بر می گیرد و از دوباره شناسایی و بکارگیری اطلاعات دریافت شده، فضایی محصور و حباب مانند را برای خود می سازد. با وجود این فضا شناختی از حد و مرزها شکل می گیرد. در این شناخت، آگاهی به صورت نماد و نشانه حاصل می شود که شکل تخصصی برای بیان معنا و  مفهوم  به خود می گیرند. گه گاه با مبهم بودن ایده و اجرا از سوی هنرمند در خلق یک اثر تجسمی مواجه می شویم که متاثر فضای محصور می باشد. فضای محصور یا به زبان دیگر سانسور در طبقه دستگاه های حسی و خود سانسوری، به تولید آگاهی مرسوم و مشترک اجتماعات انسانی می انجامد. با نگاهی بازگشتی به مقوله نقاشی و عکاسی (بازنمایی و تولید اثر تجسمی)    می توان ریشه های فرآیند فوق را باز شناسی کرد. در رقابت فرزند آخِر تلاش بر این است که به کمک تمرکز بر این روال جذب اطلاعات در شناسندگان (یعنی سانسور محیط از طریق دستگاه های حسی) فضاهای ذهنی بالقوه در دو زبان هنری نقاشی و عکاسی،  از هزارتوی ایده های بروز نیافته زاییده شود. 

___اهداف برگزاری نمایشگاه به شکل گروهی

۱ـ شناخت و بررسی راه یافتن  فرایند خودسانسوری،  بر ساختار عینی و ذهنی در زبان هنری  نقاشی و عکاسی.

۲ـ شناخت توانایی ذهنیت - سلیقه - اجرا و انتخاب هنرمند در هویت - شکل - محتوا و ساختار با وجود این فرایند در اثر خلق شده.

۳ـ معرفی استعدادهای جدید.

هیٔت انتخاب و بازبینی آثار :  عبدالرضا نیکو _ احمد مرشدلو _ امیر علی گلریز _ فرشاد رضایی _ آزاده خواجه نصیری

گردآورنده : شهاب احمدلو _ پشتیبان : شاهد احمدلو

با آثاری از: هدی ابراهیم پور، تمنا احمدلو، یاسمین اهری پور، جاوید تفضلی، مهرداد جعفری، باقر رضایی، فرزین فروتن، آوین فرهادی، میلاد کارآموز، سها کبیری، مانی کومار، رهی محمدی، ندا محمدی، حامد نورایی، پردیس نوری، نگار هنرپیشه

نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی و عکس با عنوان " فرزند آخر " با گردآوری " شهاب احمدلو " بهمن 1392 گالری هفت ثمر 

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