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Aaran Art Gallery Oct 2012 Maryam Amini Eleven Illustrated Narratives The Manner Of Silence 01
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فریادهایی در لفاف زمزمه

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مریم امینی اسرار خلوت اش را با استفاده از زبان رمزآلود بر روی بوم و کاغذ می آورد و برای همین کارهایش پر است از فضاهای سفید، یادداشتهای آکنده از گزاره های نیمه تمام و نه جمله های کامل. در این برهه از زمان و در جغرافیای کنونی ایران، هنگامی که زنی بی پروا و صمیمی سخن میگوید، از زبان نشانه ها و اشاره ها کمک میگیرد. گاه یادداشت هایش جمله های کامل خشمگینی را شکل میدهد و گاه فضاهای خالی چهره ای آرام و رام پیش چشم می گذارد. پس، هدف در اینجا رسیدن به زبانی است که با آن بتوان با زمزمه فزیاد کرد

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