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Aaran Art Gallery Nov 2012 Mojtaba Amini Talgin Instructing The Dead 05
Tehran

زیستن در جامعه و فرهنگی با تناقضات فاحش، به همه رفتارهای ما حالتی چند سویه می بخشد .

هر کنشی از سوی فرد در جامعه   می تواند تعابیر مختلفی به خود بگیرد .

هر اندیشه و عملی در حدود خود تبدیل به چیز دیگری می شود ،خارج از مسیر اصلی و

رونداز پیش تعین شده .

همزیستی هنرمند، اثر هنری و مخاطب در چنین بستر ناهمگون در پیوند با شرایط زمانی و مکانی ، تبدیل به یک وضعیت می شود. وضعیتی با دو سویه مختلف، نگاه از درون خود وضعیت به آن ونگاهی از سوی دیگری به آن

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