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آرین لواسانی 1356

اکنون با بیش از 28 سال کار مداوم در زمینه نقاشی به این دریافت رسید‌ه‌ام که تمامی دوره‌های کاری یک هنرمند به تناسب و با همه‌ی افت و خیزهایش دستاوردی که همان هدایت او به سمت درک واقعیت‌های عمیق‌تر از پنهان و آشکار این جهان است، به همراه دارد.

من معتقدم که هنر و بازتاب‌هایش جز حاصل اندیشه‌ی هنرمند نیست، اندیشه‌ای که هر آن، رو به سوی تکامل، نفی برداشت‌ها در گذشته‌ی فکری و یا ترمیم دیدگاه‌ها و باورهای دیروز دارد.

و من . . .

تا دیروز می‌اندیشیدم که هنرمندِ «امروز» می‌بایست از واقعیت‌های «امروز» تبعیت کند و دیدگاه‌هایش منطبق بر آن واقعیت‌ها قرارگیرد، او می‌باید در «امروز» به ثبت واقعیت‌های جاری بپردازد و با بزرگ‌نماییِ حوادث دنیای معاصر، جامعه را مورد خطاب و هشدار قرار دهد.

ولی امروز . . .

شاید خواهشی به گزاف نباشد اگر من بخواهم در این دوره و در این نمایشگاه، از طریق تصاویر پیش رو ستایشم، احترامم و رویکردم را نسبت به دانشمندان علوم جدید ابراز کنم. می‌خواهم بگویم که هیچ اشتباهی در کار نیست اگر ما به نوعی جدید از جهان‌بینیِ هنری از طریق درک و ثبت آرای علمی عالمان فیزیک و دیگر علومِ همراه و بازتاب آن در خلاقیت‌های هنری روی‌آوریم؛ عالمانی که در این مقطع از تاریخ، جهت کشف ناشناخته‌ها و با استفاده از ابزار و نه به صرف احساس و خیال، کلیت جهان، تاریخ و آینده‌ی آن را مورد تحقیق قرار داده‌اند. عالمانی که هرگز اشتباه تاریخی فلاسفه‌ی دوران‌ِکلاسیک و حکمای گذشته درباره‌ی چگونگی بنیان این جهان و تغییرات حاصله در آن را تکرار نخواهند کرد.

می‌خواهم بیان کنم که «هنر معاصر» تنها بازتاب سیاهی و تباهی نیست‌، بلکه تلاشی است جهت روشنگری و تعلیم نسبت به شناخت صحیح از جهانی که برفراز اندیشه‌ی عالمان، پیوسته در چرخش، حرکت، انهدام و زایش است.

Now, with more than 28 years of constant effort in the realm of painting I can most assuredly assert that all the stages through which an artist passes will inevitably lead him to a deeper perception of the visible and hidden truths of the world. I hope it wont be a vain effort on my part to express my admiration for scholars of the new sciences. All I I'm trying to say is that it is possible for Man to achieve a new worldview through a deep understanding of the knowledge earned by erudite physicists towards the world. In my opinion, such scholars have been more immune to the errors made by the classic philosophers about the origins of the cosmos. I'd like to assert that the contemporary art is not just a bleak portrayal of dark corruption. On the contrary, it can be an enlightening effort to represent an insight into a world that revolves around the views of such inspiring thinkers. 

نمایشگاه آثار " آرین لواسانی " بهمن 1392 گالری اعتماد

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