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Homa Art Gallery Apr 2016 Arsia Moghaddam The Adventures Of Ardeshir And Cinderella 02
Tehran

من سری کار نیستم و اسم گذاری صرفا برای اینست که هربار یکی از دغدغه های فکریم را مطرح کنم . اگر اسامی نمایشگاههای مرا عوض - بدل کنید هیچ اتفاقی نمی افتد ....

قهرمانهای قصه ها و نقاشیهای من همگی فیلسوفند ولی مکتب زده و فلسفه زده نیستند . یعنی هیچ مکتب و فلسفه ای مغزشان را قاطی پاطی نکرده . اما سوال اینست که آیا مگر ممکن است که هیچ حیوانی در مسیر تکامل و متمدن شدن دچار قضیه های مختلف نشود ؟ حیوان ناگزیر است که از قضیه های مختلف عبور کند تا به تکامل برسد ولی آیا عمر و امکانات کره زمین آنقدر هست که حتی یک نوع از حیوان در آن به تکامل و صلح برسد ؟...

من به این دلخوشم که شاید موجودات - حتی موجودات بدکار - پس از مرگ به آگاهی خاصی برسند . بنابراین با توجه به این فرض می توان اینگونه نتیجه گرفت که حتی تموچین هم به نوعی آگاهی رسیده !

گرچه در آنجا معیار زمان با اینجا فرق می کند اما شاید بدکاران به گونه ای به میزان آه موجودات ستم دیده کفاره پس بدهند - هر چند که به آگاهی نسبی هم رسیده باشند . یکطرف قضیه هم اینست که شاید آنان مثل نقاطی بی ارزش و ناآگاه در دالانهای پوچ و بی انتهای ذهن و تنهایی خود گم و حیران شوند و وحشتی وصف ناپذیر بر وجودشان مستولی گردد. که این وحشت  از سوخته شدن در آتش ناگوارتر باشد - شاید آنان به نوعی اسکیزوفرنی ناجور مبتلا شوند و در دنیای زشت درون خود اسیر و سرگردان گردند .

دلخوشی من جهان های موازیی هستند که در آنجا نقاشیها و هنر به وقوع می پیوندد . نمی توانم چگونگی زیستن و بودن در نقاشی را توضیح بدهم . اما آنرا بارها در خواب تجربه کرده ام . همواره از خود می پرسیدم که مگر می شود در فضای دو بعدی نقاشی زندگی کرد ؟ تا اینکه در سال 1383 هجری شمسی در خوابی که دیدم جواب خود را گرفتم ( شد ) .و دریافتم که فضای نقاشی دوبعدی نیست؛ بلکه.... بعدیست . در این قضیه مدیون بسیاری از هنرمندان مخصوصا کلیمت هستم .

در خوابها، بهشتی بس زیبا و شکوهمند و جهنمی بس هذیان آلود و ترسناک را تجربه کرده ام .... بهشت هایی که دیده ام از نقاشیها و فیلم ها برترند و جهنم خوابهایم به گونه ای هستند که وقتی از خواب می پرم فکر می کنم که در بهشت هستم .

شاید آثار هنری تعریف و تفسیری از جهان های دیگر را به ما نشان میدهند . 

براستی چه چیزی هنرمند را ناخودآگاه به انتزاع سوق می دهد . شاید نوع و جوهره خلقتش و شاید می خواهد معنویت را جسمیت ببخشد و یا برای امور مادی تجلی معنایی بیابد و جالب اینجاست که دیگرانی هم هستند که با این انتزاع ارتباط برقرار کنند ( یعنی اینطور نیست که هنرمند صرفا برای مد و مدرن بودن و مدرن شدن به انتزاع گرایش داشته باشد) لازم به ذکر است که ما نباید تمام خوابها و کابوسهایمان را جدی بگیریم و اسیرشان شویم .

من هالورد لوید را خیلی دوست دارم چون نظم در بی نظمی ، راستی ، شادی ، شیطنتی غیر شیطانی ، تحقق اراده ، عشق و اشتیاق را به جهان می نمایاند .

-The Adventures of Ardeshir and Cinderella (The two mentioned characters are imaginary)

- The heroes in my paintings and stories all are philosophers who have no school. In other word, their minds are totally clean of any philosophical experience.

- I feel satisfied with the hypothesis that says: wicked creatures will get the specific knowledge in their post-death time. According to this, I guess characters like Timur has also got it.

- My passion is painting; it means such a parallel world to me. It’s so difficult to explain how the one can live and exist in a painting, but in my dreams I see that over and over again. I always was wondering how someone can live in a two dimensional painting! And found it once in a dream that goes back to 2004. There were beautiful heavens and delirious hells, but to me, it was just heavens.

-what is indeed that leads the artist to abstraction? No idea! The reason for an artist may just be something like being or getting modern.

-I really like Harold Lloyd, because he represents order in disorder, honesty, happiness, innocent wickedness, triumph of the will, love and passion.

Arsia Moghaddam

نمایشگاه آثار " ارسیا مقدم " با عنوان " اردشیر و سیندرلا " اردیبهشت 1396 گالری هما

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