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Mixed Media on Black Garbage Bag
Dimensions: 140.0cm(H) x 100.0cm(W) / 55.1"(H) x 39.4"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The colors may detach or crack because of the material, although this decay is part of the concept, but this series needs special care.
All the frames are hand sewn.
“Unforgiven 1” contains 13 lonely figures with no identity on the black Garbage Bag. They are stuck in colorful world with black dark background and stretching out their hands to find emancipation, but all around the works are hand-sewn. It seems the figures are frozen on their frames and there is no way out.
In this series, artist demonstrates a part of human’s contemporary life. People who stuck in the colorful world which is apparently full of friends, but they feel helpless, suspended, uncertain and lonely inside, and they are always waiting for miracles to come."
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Lives and Works: Karaj
After experiencing various field of studies and jobs, from Metallurgy engineering to Interior Design and from secretory to ceremony manager, Visheh Khatami Moghaddam walked into Art world in 2011 at the age of 30.
Since 2012 she has experienced different styles and media ranging from Persian-Painting, drawing, photography, needlework, installation and video. In her solo exhibitions, she focused on interaction with viewers while she took the subject and unusual materials from her own life events. As a Middle Eastern woman who was born in war time, she is interested in art therapy. Khatami’s work implies to relocation, suspension, human isolation and predefined social concepts. She is also inspired of sewing, handicrafts and religious Islamic motives, and tries to incorporate them with conceptual forms of new media.
Visheh is still in the starting point of her artistic life and full of enthusiasm to experience as much as she can.
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