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Shirin Art Gallery Oct 2013 Rasool Kamali Grotto 03
Tehran

GROTTO

In the continuity of a motif inert,

One scream

Remains shadow of agony.

In the coldness of historical overlap layers

The crusty gash by releasing of meaning

Arises

Continual wandering of Depth

In the captured area of surface. 

Sparkled Grinding Teeth of unknown heroes,

Slaves

Forced turbulent

Remorseful voice of body.

The last effort of life’s alienations

In connected Bodies to the world by eternal implication

Which is decreased the distance between motives and body.

      And continuum nature of perception

In the Same apprehension of Grottos,

Waters 

That cause from numerous similarities in bodies.

Bodies which create the source of perception

In ignorance of power's commentators.

Bodies which create interactive bodies;

Before knowledge, intent and consciousness.

Don’t look ascetic at a terrible suspend

Who realizes 

And what gets realized. 

Feel it with your flesh and blood,

Just like a rain which is drunk by frescoes of the wall

And the shadows that nail themselves.

.

Area is mortal: no matter what, the sky or the earth

When becomes narrator 

above your view

-In the tension of history’s source and your wont body.-

Veils,

Gobble the dawn

Due to using perfunctory the doorway of history.

And near to what, which is like everything 

Unwillingly to birth 

To not happen another droves in the darkness.

نمایشگاه " رسول کمالی " با عنوان " سرد - آب ها " مهر 1392 گالری شیرین  

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