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Shirin Art Gallery Feb 2014 Amirnasr Kamgooyan To 13 Hertz 01
Tehran

تا 13 هــرتــز

درست به خاطر ندارم که بیدار بودم یا خواب: در خواب یا خاطره؟ شاید هردو. شاید کشف هیجان انگیز نامنتظرها برای جوینده اش به طور غیر قابل انکاری خجسته باشد و هیچ کاشفی به امید کشف اتفاقی روانه ی سفر اکتشافی نمی شود. و چه راه های بی ثمری که زیر پا خواهد گذاشت. جست وجوهایی که گاه بی انجام می مانند و اغلب بی فایده می نمایند. اما، «کند و کاو» برای یافتن معنا کشمکش دائمی انسان است برای نزدیک شدن به چیزی که چه بسا اگر رازآلود نبود دیگر ارزش پیدا شدن نداشت. به زبان تصاویری ناآشنا، از تجربه ی روزمره جدا می شویم و به ابهامی آشنا کشیده می شویم. تصاویری که چون سنگواره هایی به شکلی ظاهراً تصادفی در برابرمان قرار می گیرند و مانند لکه-های عجیب جوهر با تقارن محوری عموماً مبهم ولی مستحکم هستند و حاوی اطلاعات از موجوداتی مشخص ولی مرموز که درست در آستانه قرار گرفته اند. بدون تخیل خطری تهدیدمان می کند که بدون خطر کردن به تخیل حتی خطرناک تر خواهد شد.

امیر نصر کم گویان

To 13 Hertz
I am not sure whether I was asleep or awake—perhaps I am in a dream state somewhere in between. The anticipation of discovering the unexpected, potentially auspicious, is also tinged with the anxiety of uncertainty. Those who purposely evade well-worn path are sure to find themselves on many fruitless roads, abandoned in vain. Would the unknowable still be worth these winding investigations if this process were not so unexpected and strange? Drifting between the comforts of our quotidian practices and the surreal landscape of the images before us, we encounter a familiar ambiguity. Like Rorschark blots the images unearth from our subconscious a nostalgic identification with that we cannot fathom, and a pleasure that doubles in the deferral of our attempts to gain the intimacy of understanding. Without the imagination that enables us to walk the edge of this wandering line between the perceptible and the extraordinary, we would be in a danger much more grave than that posed by the potential dead-ends of these manifold paths.

نمایشگاه آثار " امیر نصر کم گویان " با عنوان " تا سیزده هرتز " بهمن 1392 گالری شیرین

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