My art explores the interplay between randomness and order. Growing up in Iran during times of revolution and war, my work is deeply influenced by the weight of history. In the tumult of the 21st century, where the pursuit of everything induces chaos, I aim to capture a longing for peace and order.
Instinctively layering my canvases with lines and shapes, I embed a concealed history, inviting viewers to unearth something meaningful within the layers. The process entails a continual search, adding lines and vibrant colors to infuse a sense of the present ('now'). I persist in the quest for a clue or a spark of life.
Over months, my work undergoes changes, leading to a sudden shift in perspective where everything falls into place. Gathering my thoughts, I guide my hands to give the final touch, breathing life into the artwork. In that moment, I pursue stillness. The realization of completion arrives when I can no longer do much more. It reaches a point where everything aligns perfectly. Is it the end or the beginning? The overarching question persists: in the intricate dance of creation and dissolution, is life truly distinct from death?
Through my art, I aim to offer viewers a fleeting moment of tranquility and harmony—a respite from the perpetual whirlwind. I seek to strike a delicate balance between structure and randomness, guiding the viewer's gaze toward a state of serenity and allowing them to glimpse a fragment of order within the chaos of existence. It is my hope that by engaging with my work, the audience will encounter a sense of peace, evoking a profound connection between art and life.