AzitaGhesmati's Artworks

AzitaGhesmati
Azita Ghesmati,  IRAN
Artist
Since

- Personal Statement
What reality is and how it relates to truth has always been a human issue. Today we are dealing with a miscellaneous and incongruous world of different interpretations and images of reality. As thoughtful and active creatures and as standards-makers and the supervisors of them, we, the owners of fragmented minds, are in the position of the subject assuming that we are observing the reality of objects. While we know this show has nothing to do with reality. This collection of works is the result of the frequent memories filled in the mind. A sort of reflection mixed with contemplation, coupled with the double suffering of reconsideration, in order to spread them on the canvas. A link between lived memories and the outside world with individual experiences that have been shaped by the content. Time transforms human beings but still holds the image we have of them and nothing is more painful than the conflict between homan’s transformation and the stability of memories. Since art can recreate lost things, it can keep them from the danger of destruction at least in our minds, and this can triumph over the destructive power of time. The more I become familiar with the space of art and painting and use it to create my own plans from the world I live in, the easier it is to get out of my inner self and to feature it. This feeling emerges at a time when the value of exchange dominates society and an important part of qualitative achievements become quantitative equations. Looking inside myself and using the tools of painting and other available facilities, I feel I am able to differently display the concerns of being a female in my artworks in this period of time. These artworks include a pure, unassuming woman. In these works, her return to adolescence - a time he may never have thought of obstacles and stops in the not too distant future - as well as recognizing the important artistic figures of her youth and familiarity with their works, regardless of their intentions and only as a part of it in terms of conceptual form and to challenge the audience, are collaged together. This causes the woman to fly beyond her dreams away from her teens and create a paradoxical situation for herself and her audience in a process of creating meaning and failing to achieve a reassuring result. My focus on the female in particular does not lead me to target feminist frivolous and scrabble ideas, but in most cases I refer to my own human and transgender inferences.
- Education and Career
- Exhibitions and Prizes
- Personal Statement
What reality is and how it relates to truth has always been a human issue. Today we are dealing with a miscellaneous and incongruous world of different interpretations and images of reality. As thoughtful and active creatures and as standards-makers and the supervisors of them, we, the owners of fragmented minds, are in the position of the subject assuming that we are observing the reality of objects. While we know this show has nothing to do with reality. This collection of works is the result of the frequent memories filled in the mind. A sort of reflection mixed with contemplation, coupled with the double suffering of reconsideration, in order to spread them on the canvas. A link between lived memories and the outside world with individual experiences that have been shaped by the content. Time transforms human beings but still holds the image we have of them and nothing is more painful than the conflict between homan’s transformation and the stability of memories. Since art can recreate lost things, it can keep them from the danger of destruction at least in our minds, and this can triumph over the destructive power of time. The more I become familiar with the space of art and painting and use it to create my own plans from the world I live in, the easier it is to get out of my inner self and to feature it. This feeling emerges at a time when the value of exchange dominates society and an important part of qualitative achievements become quantitative equations. Looking inside myself and using the tools of painting and other available facilities, I feel I am able to differently display the concerns of being a female in my artworks in this period of time. These artworks include a pure, unassuming woman. In these works, her return to adolescence - a time he may never have thought of obstacles and stops in the not too distant future - as well as recognizing the important artistic figures of her youth and familiarity with their works, regardless of their intentions and only as a part of it in terms of conceptual form and to challenge the audience, are collaged together. This causes the woman to fly beyond her dreams away from her teens and create a paradoxical situation for herself and her audience in a process of creating meaning and failing to achieve a reassuring result. My focus on the female in particular does not lead me to target feminist frivolous and scrabble ideas, but in most cases I refer to my own human and transgender inferences.
- Education and Career
- Exhibitions and Prizes
Total 5
  • Untitled
    Print - Other Medium on Canvas
    AzitaGhesmati
    IRAN
    Original $600.00
    Prints from $54.76
  • Untitled
    Print - Other Medium on Canvas
    AzitaGhesmati
    IRAN
    Original $500.00
    Prints from $50.90
  • Untitled
    Print - Other Medium on Canvas
    AzitaGhesmati
    IRAN
    Original $400.00
    Prints from $54.76
  • Untitled
    Print - Digital Prints on Canvas
    AzitaGhesmati
    IRAN
    Original $400.00
    Prints from $54.76
  • Untitled
    Print - Digital Prints on Canvas
    AzitaGhesmati
    IRAN
    Original $400.00
    Prints from $50.90
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