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نمایشگاه ویدئو و چیدمان هاله انواری از 28 بهمن ماه 1390 در گالری «آران» میزبان تماشاگران است.

 این نمایشگاه با عنوان«زیبادشت» افتتاح شده و عنوان آن از مکانی به همین نام الهام گرفته شده است. 

زیبا دشت که در نزدیکی محمد شهر کرج واقع شده است، مکانی زیبا و سرسبز است که مردم آخر هفته های برای تفریح به آنجا مراجعه می کنند، اما تمام دیوارهای آن همچون سطح شهر از آگهی های تبلیغاتی مختلفی پر شده است و این موضوع سوژه اصلی انواری برای این یدئو چیدمان است.

او در این مجموعه تصاویری از دیوارنوشته ها را که در چند سال اخیر از نقاط مختلف کشور جمع آوری کرده است در قالب ویدئو و چیدمان ارائه می کند.

هاله انواری موسس سایت عکسبازی در یادداشتی پیرامون این نمایشگاه نوشته است: 

« اینجا زیبا دشت است.

زیبا دشت خانه ی من است.

زیبا دشت پر از دیوار است

دیوارهای زیبا دشت پر از رنگ است

دیوارهای زیبا دشت ماهی دارد 

دیوارهای زیبا دشت گل و بلبل دارد.

دیوارهای زیبا دشت پر از حرف های خوب است.

دیوارهای زیبا دشت پر از نقاشی های قشنگ است.

در زیبا دشت کودکان بسیاری زندگی می کنند.

دیوارهای زیبا دشت به ما یاد می دهند که خوب و شاد باشیم.

در زیبا دشت ما حرف یاد می گیریم و با رنگ بازی می کنیم.

زیبا دشت مهد من است.»

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Caricate: 03/03/2012
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