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Henna Art Gallery Jun 2014 Kajal Niazmand Time To Stop 01
Tehran

زمان، حرکت را نشان میدهد و حرکت،زمان را با خود می برد، گویی نمی شود حرکت را بدون زمان تصور کرد

زمانی که حرکت متوقف شود، زمان در حال حرکت است.... ز

ولی هنگامی که زمان متوقف شود

آیا می شود حرکتی را مشاهده کرد...؟ این ها قسمتی از دارایی من استاز مجهولات جهان

وحید حسین پور

Time is a manifestation of motion and motion carries time with itself

As though one can never imagine motion with out time

When motion stops, time is still on the move....

But when time stops

Is it conceivable to observe any motion...?

This is part of my understanding from the ambiguities in the world...

vahid Hossein pour

نمایشگاه آثار " کژال نیازمند " با عنوان " زمان ایستادن " خرداد و تیر 1393 گالری حنا

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