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Shirin Art Gallery Feb 2014 Sourena Zamani Still Life 03
Tehran

در مورد موضوع آثارم باید به طبیعت بی جان هایی اشاره کنم که یادآور زندگی شهری هستند. روابط و اتفاقات در آن و یا حتی چگونگی و منشاء شرایطی ، که منجر به رخ دادن یک اتفاق می شود.

کار با ساختن یک چیدمان آغاز می شود که بازخوردی فرمی و سمبولیک در مواجهه با این اطلاعات است و دلیل این نوع برخورد ریشه در بازی های دوران کودکی من دارد.

در مرحله ی بعدی ، این چیدمان دستاویزی برای جستجو های نقاشانه ی من می شود. جایی که از طبیعت و ویژگی هایش در راستای تغییرش استفاده می کنم ، جایی که روابط بصری طبیعت مرا می سازند نه داستان ها و وقایع.

سورنا زمانی

On the subject of my work, I will say that the still life evokes urban life as a formal composition—the relations, encounters, and daily events that comprise its particular character are manifested as relations between shape, line, and color.

My works begin with still life installations whose symbolism is born of childhood experience. These installations become sites of painterly investigations. As events and experiences are manifested in formal terms, my own nature becomes mutable and open to transformation.

– Sourena Zamani

نمایشگاه آثار " سورنا زمانی " با عنوان " طبیعت بی جان " بهمن 1392 گالری شیرین

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