Freezing/Cold

Nasrin/Gharahdaghi

January/10/to/24/2020

From our point of view, existence seeks its essence through light.
Light is the source of all illustrative and visual pleasure, which I interpret as a symbol of hope.
When I am stifled in the cloak of darkness, I look at the objects around me, I stare at them and try to find their defining lines, and once my eyes adjust to the darkness I begin to see them…
A light remains in the darkest moments, reflecting the vague presence of my belongings; a flame in the freezing cold, dim yet visible.

Nasrin Gharadaghi
January, 2020

09-Nasrin Gharahdaghi-Untitled-Acrylic on Canvas-2019-24×17.5- Courtesy Of Inja Gallery
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