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Seyhoun Art Gallery Jan 2014 Eilya Tahamtani Catharsis 01
Tehran

شوپنهاور ، نیچه و فروید اصرار داشتند که انسان ها باید پذیرای خطرات باشند،تحمل درد را داشته باشند و تنها برای رسیدن به لذت های آینده عمل نکنند.

تصویر های ایلیا همان درد است.همان درد زاییده نشده که قبل از آمدنش حس می شود، دردی که انگار قرار است بیاید.

روبروی تصویر های ایلیا که می ایستم به خودم دلداری می دهم که چه خوب که من دچار ان لحظه نیستم و این همان تراژدیست!

تراژدی هایی که نه حتما باید آنها شد، اما باید آنها را چشید.چشید تا آن وحشی بودن انسانی در ما تعریف شود!آن جنایت خود زایی...

دیدن تصویر های ایلیا تهمتنی برای من آزاری خوشایند است

انگار جای خالیه دندان کشیده شده ام را با زبان می مکم و مزه خون...

باید دید... تا این سردرد مدام آرام بگیرد.

صابر ابر

Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Freud insisted that Man has to embrace danger, be tolerant to pain and not take action solely to attain future pleasures and joys.

Ilia’s illustrations are the very pain, an unborn pain which you feel it before it shows up, a pain which seems destined to come.

I stand before Illia’s pictures and comfort myself by seeing how lucky I am not to be experiencing that agonizing moment, and this is mere tragedy.

A Tragedy that you should not necessarily live, but experience by taking a nib at in order to define that humanistic savagery; the self-generating crime………..

Seeing Illia Tahmtani’s illustrations is a pleasant pain for me, it is like tonguing the empty space of a pulled tooth, and the taste of blood…..

They must be seen………. to shake off this never-ending headache.

Sawber Abr

نمایشگاه آثار " ایلیا تهمتنی " با عنوان " کاتارسیس " بهمن 1392 گالری سیحون

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