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یوشا بشیر، هنرمندی با توانایی های گوناگون است که با زبانی منسجم و چند صدایی در فضای گونه [ژانر] های متنوع هنری زندگی می کند. در این فضاها انگیزه ها و ضربان های مختلف با شخصیت خود هنرمند به صورت پایاپای شریکند. او به روشنی می داند در جهانی که مرتب و به طور بنیادی در حال تغییر است، جواب هنرمند به مسایل مطرح شده باید محتوایی جدید و وسیله ی شکل بخشی تازه ای داشته باشد. در این روند، بشیر جهان هنری اش را با گسست از سنت تفکر نمایشی بودن اثر هنری و جایگزینی آن با تجربه در عرصه های مختلف هنر های تجسمی و نقب به لایه های عمیق ترِ ماهیت نهان شده سازمان می دهد.

در این پروسه رویکرد او اغلب به خلق مجسمه و نقاشی و گاه ویدیو پرفرمنس می انجامد و نقطه اشتراک همه ی آثارش نفی عادت وانقیاد و خلق واقعیتهای نوین، عمق و گسترش بیان بصری و مهم تر از همه فعل هنر است. چالش او با هنر بر مدار داده های واقعییت و پندار-ثبات و انحلال در گردش است؛ به گونه ای که در آثارش   پارادکس مرگ و  زندگی - رفتار مکانیکی و عکس العمل های حسی-  به چشم می آید و این آثار میان معلق بودنِ در فضا و ثبات، میان ساختن و تخریب در حرکتند. با اعتراضی وام گرفته ازآنارشیست ها و پوچی و نفی دادییستی و وهمی سوریالیستی, به آسانی از فضا عبور و از ابزار بیان های مختلف استفاده می کند. رفتاری که در ویدیو هایش به نمایش می گذارد، ضمن ساخت وتخریب مداوم به خلسه و حضور ناخودآگاه می انجامد.

 نقاشی های او صورت هایی بدون چهره اند، فشرده در رنگ های سیال و جاری که بازی دوگانه و تحریک آمیزی پدید می آورند. این آثار کنشی-اکسپرسیو مصداق نقاشانه ی ویدیو های او هستند. چهره ها نسبت به خود غریبه اند و در کشاکشی میان ابژه و سوژه - میان من و جهان، میان عقلانییت و جنون در نوسان اند.

 محور اصلی آثار یوشا بشیر مجسمه است. ابژه و مجسمه های یوشا گاه حالت دقیق اندام انسانی را دارند، آویزان از سقف یا روی زمین و پراکنده در اطراف اند. سر، مغز و دست هایی که با میله ای به دیوار چسبیده اند.آنها بیننده را کنجکاو و همزمان نگران  می کنند. به مرور متوجه می شویم که آنچه درآثار بشیر نگران کننده است، این است که این مجسمه ها و حتی تکه های اجزای بدن ، قلب، سر و مغز اگر چه از مواد سختی ساخته شده اند و حتی گاهی خطوط کناری پیکره و اجزای اندام انسانی را حفظ کرده اند، اما فقط اجسام بی جانی نیستند. این مجسمه ها و ابژه ها بعد از اینکه پروسه به وجود آمدنشان را پشت سر گذاشته اند،اکنون همچون ابعاد گسترش یافته روح و روان مخاطب در مقابل او قرار گرفته اند. بدون شک او نمی خواهد که فقط اندام دفرمه یا تخریب شده ای را به نمایش بگذارد و نگران کردن مخاطب هم هدف غایی او نیست. تکه ها و اجزای پیکره ها نیز صرفا به    کلیت اندام اشاره نمی کنند. هدف او تعمیق زیبایی شناسیِ شناخت است، حساس کردن ادراک .

رنگ و مجسمه - یعنی سطح و حجم - در اصل دو رسانه ی مختلف اند و مناسبات این دو غالبا در یک سیستم رقابتی تعریف می شود. رنگ آمیزی مجسمه ها در آثار یوشا بشیر از این نظر موفق است که این مناسبات رقابتی را به گفتگو و تأثیرات متقابل رنگ و حجم تبدیل می کند. در آثار این هنرمند رنگ در تأیید حجم است و لحظه های اکسپرسیو آثار او را شدت می بخشد و حتی در پاساژ های خود به عنوان عنصر تعیین کننده ی فرم عمل می کند و فضاهای رنگی به وجود می آورد یا به تضاد فرم ها شدت می بخشد و در احساسات بیننده ارتعاشی ایجاد می کند که قابل بیان نیست و تنها می توان با دیدن به آنها به ارزیابی شان پرداخت.

علی نصیر، برلین

Yousha Bashir is an artist with various capabilities whose works contain many narratives in multi-genre creative spaces, yet he speaks with a unity of intent. In these spaces motivations and different impulses share equally with the artist’s own personality. He knows well that in todays interconnected world, which is in a state of fundamental fluctuation, the artist must change his means and medium to create answers that are current.

In his process, Bashir has disconnected his own personal art world from the tradition of art as display. He has substituted it with experiences in many Fine-Arts mediums, excavating to the inner layers of exposed reality. His approach to the creation of sculpture, painting and at times video performance share in common, the denial of habits and the status quo, creation of new layers of reality, a depth of visual vocabulary and most importantly, the act of creating art.

His confrontation and challenge with art revolve around an axis of reality and the illusion of stability and decay. In a way his work exposes the paradox of death/life and mechanical behavior vs. sensory reactions. These creations are in a state of motion between suspension in space and stability- a cycle of creation and destruction.

With a dissent influenced by Anarchists and Nihilists, Dadaist negation and surrealist illusions, he uses all means of expression to surpass the common space. The behavior he demonstrates in his video work while constantly creating and destroying leads to a meditative state of unconscious being. His paintings of featureless faces with liquid and flowing colors entice a play of duality. These works of expression through action are analogues of his video work. Faces unknown to themselves are in flux between subject and object, self and the world or reason and insanity.

The primary focus of Yousha Bashir is sculpture. His objects and sculptures sometimes take on exact anthropomorphic forms. These forms suspended from the ceiling or spread around the space, surrounded by brains and hearts that have been impaled on walls, make the observer curious and worried at the same time. With more scrutiny it becomes apparent that although these sculptures and the pieces of bodies (hearts, brains and heads) are made of hard materials and sometimes follow the lines of the body; they are not purely lifeless objects. These objects and pieces of sculpture after having completed the process of creation are now confronting the viewer as the extension of his own expanded soul and consciousness. Doubtless Yousha does not intend to solely display deformed and disintegrated bodies nor is his intent to purely distress his spectator.  Pieces and parts of bodies do not only hint at wholeness of the body. His aim is to heighten the aesthetic and to sensitize awareness of color and sculpture (surface and volume). In fact the latter are two different media expressed usually in a state of competition.  The color in Yousha’s sculpture succeeds in that it is a validation of the volume. It intensifies the expressive moments in the work. At times the color transforms into the defining element creating colored spaces or deepens the conflict among the forms; effecting the viewers feelings with sensations that are indescribable and can only be sensed (evaluated) with the actual seeing of the work.

Ali Nassir, Berlin , 2013

نمایشگاه " یوشا بشیر " خرداد 1392 گالری اعتماد http://www.artin360.com/Khak.htm

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