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Tehran

تصور کن که کسی جای عنبیه را در یک چهره نقاشی شده از رامبراند نشان دهد و بگوید:  " می خواهم دیوار اتاقم این رنگی شود "  

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زمان .... عصای بدن است و کلام ثابت نگه داشتن و حتی توقف عصا (زمان). واژه تن آوری بدیهیات است و گواه ترس ما از تهی بودن فضا. و نگاه نه چشم گشودن بر روایت، که خود روایت است. جهان واقعی حاصل پندار ما از واقعیت است، و آنچه می بینیم نه چشم انداز برابر چشمانمان ، بلکه فرایند ذهن است.

روایت در اینجاست که پنجه هایش را می فشارد و متولد می شود، پدیده ای شایسته ستایش چرا که از هر قاعده روایی گریزان است و در بند داستان سرایی نیست. روایتی ورای انجام و اوجی، و حال، حتی بی نیاز آغازی.

ادبیات، آن عجوز آشنای خودپسند که بر شقیقه می کوبد و صورت را قلوه کن، بازیچه ای کرخت است با گونه هایی فرو رفته ، درمانده ای در خود چلانیده.

عصا را برگیر از آن بدن، بگذار بلغزد، بگزار تکه تکه هایش پخش شود، ولطافت ریزش را در پیش چشمانت به سان روایتی گشوده ناظر باش. این ادبیات عجز زبان است. بی واژه، این روایت چشم است.

این تکه های ماست، روایت = چشم خود را بشنویم.

فوآد فرهانی، شهریور 1391

هنرمندان نمایشگاه روایت بی واژه ، نمایشگاه گروهی چاپ دستی چارسو

نازلی امیر عراقی، ساقی پرخیده، پریسا فروتن، منظر محمدی، بهار حمزه پور، فریما صفای تختی فولادی، آدنا میرزاخانیان، المیرا میرمیران، بهناز نعمتی 

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