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Haftsamar Art Gallery Feb 2013 Daily 03
Tehran

اگر اسامی مکان‌ها و اشخاص را از گزارش هفتگی ِ زندگی ِ

من ؛ تو ؛ او ، حذف کنیم،

افعالِ مشترکی باقی می‌مانند که در طی روزها و هفته ها،

سالها و حتی قرن ها ، تکرار می‌شوند 

این تکرارها بارزترین شکل زندگی کردن است. 

فرمی است از بودن که انسان‌ها را شبیه هم می‌سازد

و آن ها را در دل یک جامعه حفظ می‌کند

هر یک از ما در دوره های مختلف، زندگی خود را بر مبنای

همین تکرار ها تعریف کرده ایم؛ 

این روزمرگی ها ، چونان چرخی است که ما سوار بر آنیم؛ 

هرچند اغلب ، دنبال گریز از این تکرارها هستیم،

اما خروج از این چرخش ، گریز از مرکز زندگی است 

ما ، ناگزیریم حول این محور بمانیم و با آن بچرخیم 

چرخ من ، چرخ تو ، چرخ او ، حول یک محور ،

در یک راستا می چرخند و جلو می روند

تفاوت ، تنها در نوع نگاه ما خلاصه شده،

آنچه من ، تو ، او در این مسیر می بینیم و به یاد می سپاریم

هنرمندان این نمایشگاه:

شهاب احمد لو، حمید جانی پور، آذین راد، امیرعلی گلریز، محمودرضا نوربخش

There will remain only some shared visions, which will repeat over the days , weeks , years , and even centuries, if we remove I, you, he/she from our weekly reports. This repetition is the clearest way of life.

A type of being, which makes people similar to each other and keeps them into the society.

Each of us describes our lives, based on this repetition, in different times.

This routine is like A wheel that we are over it.

Although, we long to run away from these routines, but being exited of this would be our centrifugalization. So we have to stay around and spin with it.

My wheel, your wheel, his/her wheel, around an axis, at one direction, they spin and move forward. The difference is only in our vision, what I, you, he/she, see and remember in this direction

نمایشگاه گروهی عکس با عنوان " روزنامه " بهمن و اسفند 1391 گالری هفت ثمر

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