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Ariana Art Gallery Apr May 2014 Golzar Hassanzadeh D J Vu What S On Your Mind 04

حسام نورانی

عنوان اثر : اینجا کسی پنهان است 

گاه ترنم نسیمی ابر را در هوا پخش می کرد, گاه دود معلق همان جا بالای سرشان می ماند، و پاسخ سؤال ها همه در آن ابر بود. 

همین که نسیم دود را با خود می برد، مارکو به بخار آب هایی می اندیشید که پهنه دریا و رشته کوه ها را غرق در مه می کند و با پراکنده شدن شان هوا را خشک و شفاف به جا می گذارند تا شهرهای دور حجاب از چهره برگیرند. نگاه او می خواست به آن سوی حالات گوناگون دست یابد تا شکل چیزها از دور بهتر مشخص شود.

ابر همین که از لبان شان خارج می شد، همان جا راکد می ماند، متراکم و بی حرکت. 

ابرهایی که بر فراز بام های مادرشهرها راکد می ماند، دود تیره ای که پراکنده نمی شود، لایه ضخیمی از بخارهای مسموم که بر فراز کوچه های قیرین سنگینی می کند. اما نه مه آلودگی خاطره و نه شفافیت خشک ذهن، هیچ یک به پوسته داغ بسته بر شهرها شکل نمی دهد، بلکه خاکستر برجای مانده از آتش زندگی های سوخته است که به این اسفنج آماس کرده از ماده حیات بخش صورت می بخشد، ماده ای که دیگر روان نیست و جریان گذشته، حال و آینده را سد می کند و راه را برهستی های آهکی که در سودای حرکت اند، می بندد.

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تحصیلات نیمه کاره در رشته های مهندسی الکترونیک – معماری – سینما.

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فعالیت حرفه ای در سینما و تئاتر از سال ۱۳۷۹ تاکنون.

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شرکت در نمایشگاه های گروهی ویدئو آرت و چیدمان :

مرکز هنرهای نمایشی مارین باد ، فرایبورگ ، آلمان ۱۳۸۸

نگارستان آن ، تهران ، ایران ۱۳۹۲

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