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Seyhoun Art Gallery Apr 2018 Afshin Bagheri Caldarium 01
Tehran

خزینه

 

اسطوره واکنشی از ناتوانی انسان در مقابله با درماندگی ها و ضعف او در برآوردن آرزوها و ترس از حوادث

غیرمترقبه است.

انسان از ابتدا به منظور رهایی از این ضعف ها و حتی سیطره بر طبیعت و محیط اطرافش به برگزاری آیین ها و به

کاربردن افسون و طلسم دست برد تا خواست خود را بر طبیعت تحمیل کند و طبیعت را مجبور نماید زیر فرمان او

باشد . یکی از این عناصر قدرتمند طبیعت آب بوده و هست.

آب به سبب حیاتی بودنش در تفکر اسطوره ای اکثر مردمان در بالاترین جایگاه قرار گرفته است، از یک سو

نماد زایش و زایندگی است و هر تولد تازه ای پاکی و تقدس و قدرت تازه ای است و سوی دیگر نماد تطهیر و

پالایش است، به گونه ای که با غوطه ور شدن در آب تکرار عمل تجلی صورت در آفرینش کیهانی امکان می¬پذیرد.

این پالایندگی جسم و روح توسط آب، به گونه ای است که با هر بار از آب گذشتن تولد تازه ای وقوع میابد و

این تجدید حیات با شستن گناهان همراه است و انسان مانند یک کودک بیگناه دوباره به دنیا برمی¬گردد اما این

زندگی دوباره آیا خیر و نیکی را در پی خواهد داشت و یا شر و بدی را دنبال می¬کند.

یک آیین نیک هم همیشه نمی تواند ویژگی اهورایی خود را حفظ کند، بلکه نتیجه خیر یا شر بودن یک آیین را

اندیشه و باور کسانی که آن را به کار می بندند، مشخص می¬کند. هر آنچه که در این گیتی از ازل تا ابد به وجود

آدمی متکی بوده است یا زایده ی فکر آدمی ست، قابلیت تغییر دارد چه به دست خالق یا مخلوق آن، خواه این تغییربه سمت خیر باشد خواه شر، باز هم پیروان خاص خود را دارد.

افشین باقری 

اردیبهشت 97

Caldarium

Myth stems from human reaction to troubles, his frailty to make his dreams come true and his fear of inevitable incidents.

Human has always been using magic, and celebrating rituals and festivities, in order to escape from his weakness and to dominate the environment and nature. Thus, he can dictate his demands to the nature and keep it on a leash. Water has been and still is one of the most powerful elements of nature controlled by human being.

Water, as it is vital to life, is of the greatest significance in mythical thought among people. It is a symbol of birth and fertility, and each birth brings with it a new holiness, purity and power. It is also a symbol of sanctification and purgation as it is plunging in the water that makes the repetition of cosmic creation of human body, possible.

In the process of body purification, each time a body goes through the water, a new birth happens and through this rebirth, the sins are washed away, and human, will reborn as an innocent child. But is this new life going to entail good or evil?

Even a good religion is unable to preserve its divine traits forever, for the good or evil of a religion lies in the thoughts and beliefs of the people practicing it. From the first day of creation, anything that depends on the human existence or arises from his mind, is subject to alteration, whether by the hands of the creator or the creature, whether it is towards good or evil, it will still have its own followers.

نمایشگاه آثار " افشین باقری " با عنوان " خزینه "  اردیبهشت 1397 گالری سیحون

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