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Tehran

فعل «اندیشگی»  بنیان و محور اصلی مضمون آثار فراخوانده شده امسال می باشد. 

امروز در اضطراب سکون و تنهایی در عین شتاب و حرکت ، در بطالت کلیک های فضای مجازی و تعویض بی هدف کانال های تلویزیون ، در رفت آمد های بی معنای هزارتوهای منوهای موبایل، انسانِ دورانِ خویش کار و خودبنیان ، چه آموخته است ؟ ما در تکرار تجربه مردود شده از پس این دوران روشنگریِ دیر آمده چه کرده ایم؟ 

ما توانستیم راه های پاک کردن صورت مسئله را بیشتر و رنگارنگ تر و هموارتر کنیم.

در این اتوپیای نو افلاطونی – خردورزی ؛ در آلودگی محیط زیست و محیط ذهن ، شهربازی عظیمی بنا شده است ، آن چنان که ، این جمله درخشان پاسکال در کتاب تاملاتش هنوز پس از چهارصد سال بر تارک معیار رفتار شناسی انسانی می درخشد: 

              «فلاکت انسان تنها از یک چیز ناشی می شود : این که نمی تواند با آرامش در یک اتاق بماند.»     

به جای باز کردن همه درها، همه لینک ها و پیامک ها و کلیک کردن های متوالی، حضور چهره انسانی را می بینیم که نشسته است ،اندیشمند و مردد در کار بالقوه گی و خیره شدن و فکر کردن ، فارغ از التهاب و فعلیت بی وقفه ی انجام دادن و تکرار کردن.

جاوید رمضانی

 “Thinkery” is the base and core of this year’s entry theme.

Through inquietude and loneliness  as well as speed and hurry in our time, in none sense of any click in cyber space and causeless TV channel swapping, in getting drown in aimless labyrinth of smart phone menus, what is remaining for the human of incumbent and self subsistent era?

What is our achievement as inheritor of delayed era of enlightenment result of imitating failed experiences? 

 We have been abled to make the ways of omitting problems smoother, easier and more colorful. 

In this neoplatonic rationalist utopia; in environmental and mind pollution, there has been built such an amusement park, in a way that, after four hundred years Pascal's magnificent quote is still shining on tip of human ethology scale:

All of man's misfortune comes from one thing, which is not knowing how to sit quietly in a room

Instead of opening all doors, links, SMS and consecutive clicks, we witness a human face that is sited, thoughtful and uncertain in front of availability, still gazing and thinking, away from stress and continuous act of doing and repeating.

Javid Ramezani

نمایشگاه  " سومین فستیوال سالانه پرتره سازی " تیر 1393 گالری شیرین

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