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Etemad Art Gallery Dec 2012 Nastaran Safaei 02
Tehran

آیینه بازتاب کننده ی آنچه هست و آنچه نیست‌‍‍‍‍.

واقعیت و حقیقت بیرونی و درونی را نمایان می کند.

پیوندی قوی، گویی دستها و لبهای طلایی رنگ از آیینه ی سرد بیرون می آیند تا گرمای ارتباط را به ما هدیه دهند.

اعضای بدن، خود را درون قفس محبوس کرده اند.

از تغییر وضعیت می ترسند. تا بیرون نیایند و با هم یکی نشوند، نمی توانند یک انسان کامل را تجربه کنند.

توده ی لبهای باز و بسته، بهم چسبیده و به شکل سنگ، مانند حرف مردم، براق، جذاب، توخالی!

Mirror, reflects what that exists and what that does not.

It presents the internal and external reality and truth.

A strong union, as if the golden hands and lips are reaching out from the cold mirror to grant us the warmth of connectedness. 

The limbs have imprisoned themselves in cages. They fear change. They cannot experience being human in its wholeness unless they leave it and unite.

Cluster of open and closed lips, cramped and stone like, just like people’s words (gossip), glossy, intriguing, empty!

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