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Tehran

میریام هنرمندی است ایرانی – آلمانی که سه چهار سالی است که با شوهر و کودکش در ایران زندگی می کند

او در گشت و گذار روزانه هر چه را که دیده است به گونه ی کاملا شخصی نقاشی می کند. و چون از کشور آلمان یعنی از سرزمین پدر فلسفه جهان آمده است، گرچه فیلسوف نیست اما هنرش بر اساس جوهر فلسفه مدرن یعنی اصل " عدم قطعیت " بنا می شود. این نقاشی ها در چهارچوب هنر مفهومی تعریف می شوند که با استفاده از عکسهای مستند نقاشی شده اند.

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