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Day Art Gallery Feb 2014 Paridokht Moshkzad 02

 زوم اوت 

موجوداتی سرگشته ، پیچیده در پرده ایی ناخواسته ، همه تقلایشان شاید برپای ماندن باشد دربرابرتندبادی که از هر سو بر آنها می وزد وتنها سایه ایی از آنها برجای می گذارد. در ورطه ایی غبارآلود سایه ها چنگ بر دیوا ر هستی انداخته اند  وهر کدام که زودتر تا ب و توانش را از دست بدهد بدرون تاریکی بی انتهایی فرو می رود که آنسوی مرز نیستی به انتظار خفته است. اشباح وسایه ها در پرتو نوررنگ پریده ایی که از درزهای این سرای دنگال راه فراری یافته اند، به چشم می آیند، پرتوی که از فرط بی رمقی توان نمایاندن چهره واقعی وابعاد صاحبان سایه را ندارند.

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از میان قاب ها نسیمی رنگین برچشم ها می وزد. فشار چهارچوب هایی که دیدار کامل شمایل ها را از ما گرفته است در تلاش برای بستن کامل این دریچه به پیش می رود . ساکنین این پنجره های بی ثبات اما ، راوی قصه دیگری هستند. باوری درونی آنهارا به روشنایی رسانده که دیدارشان را ممکن ساخته و اینک در این مجال شکننده ، هستی بی پیرایه شان را جشن گرفته اند.

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Bewildered beings, twisted by an unwished veil . All their efforts  , perhaps, is to resist against the surrounding hurricane that leave only a shadow of them. In a dusty space , shadows  cling to the border of existence, whoever loses its stamina, will fading into an endless dark that expecting them at the other side. Shadows and phantoms be seen under the diminishing light, escaping from slits of this filthy house, the rays that could not represent origin of the shadows.

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A colorful breeze is blowing through the frames. uncompleted view of the icons is going to fully blocked by the pressure of the frames. But a different story is narrating by the settlers of these inconstant windows. A deep believe illuminate them to be visible and now at this fragile moment they celebrate their simple life.

نمایشگاه آثار " پریدخت مشکزاد " بهمن 1392 گالری دی


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