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Tehran

کندوکاو در پس زمینه لذتی را برای من به همراه دارد که شاید بتوان آن را بهترین سرگرمی ام در نقاشی دانست.  حتی وقتی که به چهره ای که در مقابلم ایستاده نگاه میکنم بیشتر از اینکه  فرد را  در چشمانش جستجو کنم ، به اطرافش ، به تمام آن چیزی که او را در بر گرفته فکر میکنم.  همه ی ما بخشي از پس زمینه هایمان هستيم ، غرق در اين جشم اندازها هستيم و هر لحظه ميتوانيم آن را بشكافيم  و در نوردیم وقتی به نقاشیهایم نگاه میکنم سوژه ها در زیبایی منظره محو میشوند، مناظري كه آنها را در بركرفته و معنا بخشیده اند. معنایی مبهم و متغیر درست مثل زندگی كه ما را هر روز در بس زمينه ي خاصي قرار مي دهد و شايد حتي لحظه ای به معنای تصویری که در آن کادر شده ايم  اهمیت نمی دهیم و این خاصیت زندگیست که فضاها ما را در دریافت معنا گمراه تر مي کنند و در عين حال  وسوسه اي  پرده برداری و راززدایی هميشه حاضر است و زمزمه ميشود.

از نظر من منظره اصلی ترین جایگاه به بار نشستن  رویای آدمییست و در آخر  عمل نقاشی اصلی ترین دغدغه ی من است .  

Excavating the backgrounds is the most attractive part of painting for me. Even when I look at a face, instead of searching for the person in the depths of their eyes, as I am supposed to do, I look at the back drop  and all that  surrounds The character.All of us are immersed in our backgrounds, we are part of the cadre, and are quite capable of  excavating and exploring them.

When I look at my paintings the subjects fade away against the beauty of the scenery. The same backgrounds  that engulf the subject and give them meaning, a vague & variable 

comprehension,  just like our everyday life. At every given moment we are positioned in a specific background and very often we carry on without paying attention  to the meaning of the picture that we have been framed by, and this is a fact of life that what surrounds us distracts us from the true meaning  of life, at the same time the whispers that invite us to unmask and  demystify are present.

For me the scenery  is where the human dreams land and to that  end the act of painting is my most important concern.

نمایشگاه " مرضیه فخر " با عنوان " زندگی تماشائی است " مهر 1392 گالری آران 01

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