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Seyhoun Art Gallery Sep 2013 Ahmad Nasrollahi 01

طراحی مرز مشترک بین تمامی رشته های هنری است که به فراخور گسترش هر مدیایی فضای خود را نیز می گستراند و کارکردهایش در هنر معاصر، به عنوان اثری مستقل، یا در متن مدیای دیگر و گاهی در کناره های آن به وضوح دیده میشود.

در مجموعه کتابهای A4 طراحی به عنوان مدیای مستقل مطرح می گردد. رسانه ای که ابعادش در جای جای  زندگی دیده می شود و قابلیت های بیانی جدیدی از ساده ترین نوع تا پیچیده ترین شکل آن را دارا می باشد.

رفتارهای طراحانه همچون خط خطی های پشت تلفن، دیوار نویسی های خیابانی و خط خوردگی یادداشت های روزانه را در زندگی روزمره می توان مشاهده کرد و از نشانه های طراحی مانند خط، تونال و تیرگی را به وضوح در ساختارهای شهری از برجهای بلند گرفته تا تیرکهای برافراشته،سیم های معلق، خط کشی های خیابان و دود جتی در آسمان میتوان یافت.

اما سرعت و بداهگی مهمترین ویژگی های طراحی است که آن را به سادگی می توان در آزادی رفتار انسان معاصر جستجو کرد. از این رو وسعت دید ما در کتابهای A4  محدود نیست. ما طراحی را به عنوان رسانه ای فعال و تاثیرگذار باور داریم و ردش را در هرشاخه ای از هنر، مجموعه آثار هنرمند و یا در فضای اجتماعی دنبال میکنیم. فارغ از اینکه صاحبان آثار ارئه شده به طراحی چگونه می اندیشند.

مهم این است که ما طراحی را پدیده ای معاصر و مدیایی مستقل میدانیم.

برای ما "طراحی به مثابه اندیشیدن" است.

فرهاد گاوزن 

Drawing is the common boundary among all art disciplines which extends its scope according to the expansion of each field and its functions in contemporary art are obvious in the content or the margins of any artwork.
In the collection of A4 books, drawing is presented as an independent media. A media with dimensions visible in all parts of life and capable of expression of the easiest and the most complicated forms.
-Drawing action such as scribbles on phone box, street graffiti, crossing out the daily notes, etc. can be seen in daily lives.
-Signs like line, variations and darkness are clearly apparent in civil
Constructions ranging from skyscrapers to vertical poles, suspended wires, street lines, jet smoke trail in the ski, etc.
-Drawing characteristics such as speed and spontaneity can be easily examined in the freedom of contemporary human behavior.
Thus, our scope is not restricted in A4 books. We believe in drawing as a dynamic and influential media and track its trail from among any art disciplines and in the context of modern life. No matter how the book artists consider drawing themselves. What matters to us in that we regard drawing as a contemporary phenomena and an independent media. For us, drawing is thinking.


نمایشگاه " احمد نصرالهی " مهر 1392 گالری سیحون  http://www.artin360.com/Seyhoun.htm

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