Remember me on this computer
Sayed Alireza Bahrani
About this artwork
Title
A friend’s hair lock
Materials
Mixed-media on Paper
Dimensions
h.64cm w.64cm d.0cm
Completed
May 2012
Artist

Sayed Alireza's Description: Threads and traces of people who have become “the other” for me – the others who are not forevermore available and in solitude are combined with each other- bring a monster into existence.
I call them - the others - my friends. Friends who cannot always be recognized and every so often are such strangers to me. I become tongue-tied, wordless, speechless. That’s when consciously I become unconscious and solicit to discern their monstrosity, I can’t but create a unique picture of it. An abstract image that is constantly changing. Inevitably, I have to record the image at the moment I can conjure up to bring tranquility into my mind.

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Lili Mahmoudi, Mahdi Akbari Mousavi, Parisa Setayesh, Jeannette Rutsche, Sina Haghiri, Arjang Alipour, Shokran Rahiminejad, Maryam Zomorodian, Ma.

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Comments
Tony
2012-02-17 21:59

... i like the seemingly traditional and graphic elements.. "Rows of Friends Hair" !! well well ... keep us guessing.

JP
2012-02-17 23:13

Well spotted Tony - that sure is an enigmatic title. I wonder if Sayed will come back to us with an elucidation?

Sayed Alireza
2013-02-01 19:59

Threads and traces of people who have become “the other” for me – the others who are not forevermore available and in solitude are combined with each other- bring a monster into existence.
I call them - the others - my friends. Friends who cannot always be recognized and every so often are such strangers to me. I become tongue-tied, wordless, speechless. That’s when consciously I become unconscious and solicit to discern their monstrosity, I can’t but create a unique picture of it. An abstract image that is constantly changing. Inevitably, I have to record the image at the moment I can conjure up to bring tranquility into my mind.

Sayed Alireza
2013-02-01 20:03

Excuse me dear Tony and JP, for the delay in order to write some explanation about this work.

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