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Abad Art Gallery Dec 2016 Soodabeh Kordi Dramatic Suspicion 02

سو (ذن/زن/ظن)هاي دراماتيك

 خلق فضايي با روح دراماتيك،و زبان توانمند بصري ،همچون نوشتار يك متن ،در مديوم اجرايي  متفاوت از اصلي ترين بنيانهاي فكري خلق اين مجموعه بوده است .اين مجموعه به شيوه ي عكس -نقاشي(فتو-پينتينگ)خلق شده است.سراميكها و خطوط منحني  در اين آثار از انتقال مفاهيمي بنيادين كه سينه به سينه نقل مي شوند روايت مي كنند.عكسها سياه و سفيد اند اما به وضوح جنسيت و شكنندگي خود را به نمايش مي گذارند.در  اين آثار سعي در آن شده تا رنگ و عكس با خلوص كامل در كنار يكديگر قرار گيرند ،رنگ در همان مفهوم پيگمنتي خود،و عكسهاي سياه و سفيد نيز تنهادر همان حيطه ي مفهومي خود  و به صورت كاملا انتزاعي نقششان را ايفا مي كنند .آثار از شكنندگي و زيبايي سراميكهاي جهان گرفته تا روح دراماتيك انساني را بر دوش مي كشند،تقارن و تكرار فرم در عكاسي اين مجموعه روحي زنانه به آثار بخشيده است ،كه در كنار واژه ي سراميك (جدا از مليت و زادگاه تولدشان)اين زنانگي  ملموس تر مي گردد.سراميك زنانه ترين و شكننده ترين مديوم در صنايع دستي مي باشد كه خلق آن با هر شيوه اي در هنر هاي تجسمي امكان پذير است ،و از ظرافت و زنانگي آن چيزي كم نخواهد كرد.اين مجموعه نيز مانند تمام آثار خلق شده ي ديگر توسط خالق اثر سرشار از بار دراماتيك مي باشد كه به اعتقاده خالق اين مجموعه، اولين مرحله از خلق و اجراي يك اثر هنريست...  

                               سودابه كردي

                                 آذر ٩٥

Dramatic Misunderstanding (Misconception)

Creating a vision by dramatic spirit and spectacular language, like a writing style in a different executive space, are the fundamental brain storming of this collection .This collection has been created by the Photo-Painting style. The ceramics and curved lines in these arts have inspired from the perception transportation.

 The picture is penumbra, however exhibit the material and fracture in a clear way. By these arts, it has been decided to put the pictures and colors next to each other in a clear and pure form.

 They have been seated by the self-perception, and the dark and white snaps play their rolls in an abstraction way. These arts have inspired from the universal ceramics to state the dramatic spirit of human.

 Symmetry and repetition of these arts donated a kind of woman spirit which is clearer by this femininity. Ceramics have the most femininity frangibility sense in handicrafts which its creation is possible in every way at visual arts, and it would not weaken the delicacy of femininity.

 This collection resembled to all creations which have been created by their own creators who make the dramatic arts, which to their believe, it’s the first stage of creating an art….

Soodabeh Kordi

November 2016

نمایشگاه آثار " سودابه کُردی " با عنوان " سو (ذن/زن/ظن)هاي دراماتيك " آذر 1395 گالری ابد

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