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Aaran Art Gallery Dec 2012 Korosh Ghazimoradi White On White 04
Tehran

من خود را به صفر در فرم مبدل کرده ام

و خط افق را از میان برداشته ام و از دایره اشیاء خارج شده ام

کازیمیر ماله ویچ

آثار تک رنگ در هنر غیر قابل توصیفند، حضوری مرموز که تفسیر را بر نمی تابد. ظاهر آثار سادگی و یگانگی را القا می کند، لفافی که تناقض بالقوه ای را پنهان می کند. تک رنگی بر دو بنیان عرفان و واقعیت استوار است، کنکاش معنوی که به دنبال تجربه متعالی ست و تمایل برای تاکید نمودن بر حضور جسمی شیئی بعنوان یک واقعیت محرز و نه یک وهم

هنرمندانی که تکرنگی را دنبال می کنند، یگانگی و غیر قابل تفکیک بودن این شیوه را درک نموده و به آن نه به عنوان یک سبک بلکه بعنوان یک ایستایش و جهان بینی شخصی تعلق خاطر دارند. جایگزین نمودن تصویر / تمثال با ناخودآگاه تجریدی، که با حکمت عرفانی درک وحدت وجود مرتبط است

در جهان شرق و در نزد صوفیان ارجحیت و معنا در تک رنگی ست. بر مبنای نظریات صوفیان تک رنگی عرصه خداوند است و تفکیک در آن غیر ممکن. رنگ های پر هیاهوی منیت و شهوت زدوده می شوند. دنیای معنوی سفید است . دنیائی پر و خالی، تهی شده از رنگ و زمان. در رنگ سفید کمترین سایه ها دیده می شوند، خلوصی که ما را دعوت به تعمیق می نمایید، یک دقیقه سکوت دور از هیاهوی زمانه و این پالایش هنر است به جان مایه اصلی آن

نمایشگاه " کوروش قاضی مراد " با عنوان " سپید بر سپید " دی 1391 گالری آران

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