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Tehran

روان‌نژندی

(Neurosis)

مجموعه‌ای از بیماری‌های عصبی را شامل می‌شود كه هنوز به حدی شدت نیافته كه فرد را سزاوار مداخله‌های عمیق و شدید روان‌درمانی كند. سراسیمگی و اضطراب در انواع گونه‌های نهان و آشكار آن یكی از مهم‌ترین و رایج‌ترین عامل‌های روان‌نژندی هستند.

چگونگی فرهنگ و شیوه‌ی روابط انسانی در جامعه‌های معاصر ناگزیر میزان تولید «اضطراب» در همه‌ی افراد جامعه را افزون می‌كند، از این رو می‌توان گفت روان‌نژندی مسئله‌ای عمومی است كه شیب شیوع آن در منحنی زمانی رو به فزونی است. اما در تقابل با این وضعیت، نوع بشر همواره در جستجوی آرامش است و دور از انتظار نیست كه انسان معاصر با چنین احوالاتی برای انكار و اجتناب از اضطراب‌های درونی خود به انواع راه‌كارهای تسكینی همچون مصرف داروهای آرامش‌بخش (كلردیازپوكساید) برای رسیدن به نوعی آرامش آغشته با غفلت و بی‌خیالی دست زند.

Neurosis includes a collection of mental disorders that have not yet reached the level that require the patient to start seeking serious and intensive help and treatment of psychologists. Confusion and stress in their different shapes and forms, hidden and apparent, are among the most important and common factors that cause neurosis. 

Culture and the way human relations are treated in the contemporary societies inevitably increase the level of stress generation in every single person of that society. Thus, neurosis could be considered a public problem and the slope of its curve is rising with the passage of time. But to combat this situation, humankind has always been searching for peace and tranquility. It is not unexpected then that contemporary human beings in such situations, to avoid or even deny their internal stress, grasp in temporary solutions like taking tranquilizer drugs such as Chlordiazepoxide so they can reach a kind of peace mixed with oblivion and carelessness. 

نیکزاد عربشاهی

Nikzad Arabshahi was born in Tehran, educated and experienced in architecture. Nikzad is self-educated in the fields of painting and photography. Nikzad started his professional career in 2000 with painting, drawing and photography and so far he has had several exhibitions of his works, including:

Solo Exhibition:

2010, “Neodrawing”, Etemad Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2008, “Synchronicity” Laleh Gallery, Tehran, Iran

Selected Group Exhibition:

2012, “Without Border 3”, The Artist’s Forum, Tehran, Iran

2012, “CROSSING BORDERS - FROM VIRTUAL TO REAL”, Cultureinside Gallery, Luxembourg

2010, winner in Painting Category of Iranian Contemporary Art Contest “Persbook” 

2012, “2nd Persbook Winners, Beyond Borders”, Esfehan Museum of Contemporary Art, Isfahan, Iran

2011, “Changes”, Abbaye de Neumunster, Luxemburg

2011,” Spaceless, 1st Persbook Winners”, Siin Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2011, winner of CULTUREINSIDE International Art Competition “Changes”, Luxemburg 

2010, winner of Iranian Contemporary Art contest “Persbook” 

2008, “Tamasha” Imama Ali Museum, Tehran, Iran

2007, “Drawing” Laleh Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2005,”Drawing”, House of Drawing, Tehran, Iran

Seminar:

2009, “Psychological Analyses of Iran’s Drawing”, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran

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