One of the crucial concerns in my artworks is how differences lie close to one another and constitute completeness. I have always had this question in my mind is it as simple as there is a thin line, border, between contradictions? If so, why does their non-existence challenge the other ones' existence? Where are the limits, differences, and even conflicts of both sides or in general between every contradictory concept or form or element, and who could recognize this Boundary? I am not looking for answers necessarily. I just want to pull images out of the words and concepts via media like painting, drawing, photography, sound, and video. To create a visual language and materialize an existential position between abstraction and figuration, dream, and reality. All my artworks reflect the concept of contradiction, appearing in different ways, not just in the concept but also in methods and media, used in projects, and finally in the way to present them. "Light and Darkness", "Imagination and Reality"," Dream, Memory, Reality", and "Creation in Ashes" to name but a few. In all of these works, I research how can I use the spatial potentials and combine techniques to heighten the concepts of my works. As an artist coming to Norway from Iran, I try to find common threads and weave relationships between western and eastern philosophies like mysticism and existentialism, extend the medium of painting into video, bridge reality, and the dream world, question the existing understanding of them not just on the conceptual level but also in methods.
Elements of artistic diagram: Philosophy, existentialism, mysticism, psychology, dream, perception, memory, reality, drawing, video, sound, text, narrative, poetry, photographs, collages, figuration, abstraction.