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آرشیو تعلیق مجموعه ایست ثبت شده ازنقاط تعلیق، نقاطی که با حضور دائم و مزمن مرگ و نیستی از بدو تولد، آرام آرام در فضای شخصی ما هیئتی سنگین و ناشناخته به خود میگیرد تا به سیاه چاله هایی در کهکشان مانند شوند که همه چیز را فرو میبلعد. حتی نور نیز نمی تواند از میدان جاذبه ی این حفره سیاه بگریزد

این فضای شخصی انباشته از نقاط تعلیق هرچند میان (خواست  زیستن) و ظلم و عذابی که جهان را آکنده است از یک سو و مرگ و نیستی از سوی دیگر یرگردان است، همواره بر فضای بیرونش می شورد. حصاری نیز به دور خود می کشد و شخصی باقی می ماند، فضایی که مدام با تعاریف نظام مند بیرونی سر عناد دارد و در این مبارزه خود نیز به ناچار صورتی ناشناخته می گیرد و در آخر تنها ثباتی که می یابد، ثبات فرو ریختن است، فرو ریختن مدام جهان های پیرامونش

بکتاش سارنگ جوانبخت پاییز 1391

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