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Henna Art Gallery Aug 2014 Masoud Naddafi Disorder 01
Tehran

بی نظمی در دنیای من،بی نظمی در ذهن مغشوشم،بی نظمی درذهن ناهنجارم است که چنین ایده ای را می پروراند.ناخودآگاهم در پی انتقال پیامی است و اینگونه به من هجوم آورده ،تصاویری منعکس می کند که در پوسته وجودی ام جا خوش می کنند و به مرور جهت ابراز خود سر از تخیلات سرکشم بر می آورند.

همواره بر آنم تا بی نظمی های ناخودآگاهم را با خطوطی دقیق ابراز کنم و گواهی بر این باشم که هیچ بی نظمی مطلقی وجود ندارد تا اقتدار دنیای هنر را در هم بشکند.

Disorder in my world, Disorder in my bewildered mind, Disorder in my disoriented mind is what shapes such an idea. My unconsciousness is after passing on a message and so it has invaded me like this, it reflects images, which linger in my existential shell and gradually emerge from my unruly imagination.

I continuously seek to express the chaos of my unconsciousness with sharp lines and be a proof that there is no absolute Disorder to violate the authority of the art world.

نمایشگاه تصویر سازی های " مسعود ندافی " با عنوان " بی نظمی " امرداد 1393 گالری حنا

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