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Seyhoun Art Gallery Feb 2016 Claudia Blaesi Inscriptions Of Infinity 01
Tehran

نقش های بی نهایت

زمانی که رنگ های طبیعت و اشکال پولاک، از طریق پندارهای درونی پالایش می گشتند، کلودیا بلاسی، انتزاع هایی خیره کننده و منظوم-سورئالی را می آفریند. آنانی که به دنبال آثاری هنری با  رنگ هایی تصادفی و در عین حال، فکورانه می باشند، نمی توانند مجموعه اخیر آثار کلودیا بلاسی، که به طور خاص برای نمایشگاهی انفرادی در تهران خلق گشته اند، را نادیده انگارند.

پس چیست آن؛ چه چیزی آثار کلودیا بلاسی را بدین اندازه منحصر به فرد و خارق العاده می سازد؟ بدون تردید، پاسخ این سوال، زبانی پیوند گونه است که در آن، مدرنیته از طریق سفرهای درونی و برونی، با دنیای معاصر تلاقی کرده و پندار های مرتعش را به واقعیت بدل می نماید. کلودیا بلاسی، با احساسی هیجان گونه و همچنین آمیخته با هارمونی و آزادی درونی، در طی فرآیند خلاقانه، مفاهیم زیبایی شناختی مجموعه آثار خود را شرح می دهد: "نقش های پنهان من، پیچ و خم ها، بلندی ها و اعماق، سکون و لحظات طوفانی زندگی را به نمایش می گذارند. آنان، همانند یادداشت های روزانه هستند، یک آینه از روح من." بی نهایت به مثابه سمبلی جهانی است، بیانگر تمام مسیرهای بی انتهایی که در آن، تمامی نقاط یکسان اند، که نه شروعی در آن وجود دارد و نه پایانی. تماشاگر به ورود به فضایی دعوت شده است که در آن، مجموعه اخیر آثار کلودیا بلاسی را کاوش نماید.

توسط دکتر باربارا آست–وگموند، مورخ هنر

Inscriptions of Infinity 

When the colors of nature and the shapes of Pollock were filtered through patterns of inner visions, Claudia Bläsi is creating her dazzling surreal-poetic abstractions. Those, looking for something impulsive colorful but at the same time meditative, cannot ignore Claudia Bläsi’s recent series, especially created for the solo exhibition in Teheran.

So what is it, what makes Claudia Bläsi’s work so unique and extraordinary? No doubt, it is this hybrid language where Modernism meets the Contemporary through inner and outer journeys and vibrant visions become reality. Feeling tension, but also harmony and inner freedom during the creative process, Claudia Bläsi explains the aesthetic concept of her series:“ My hidden inscriptions represent the twist and turns, heights and depths, quiet and stormy moments of life – they are like a diary, a mirror of my soul.” Infinity is like a universal symbol which represents that endless path with all points being equal, with no beginning, and no end. The viewer is invited to enter the spacescapes to explore Bläsi’s recent series.

نمایشگاه آثار " کلودیا بلاسی " با عنوان " نقشهای بی نهایت " بهمن 1394 گالری سیحون

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