Stagnation

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Stagnation

Koosha Moossavi

- Solo Show

12 days to the ending

26 Nov - 10 Dec, 2021

Stagnation

This series is about Humans. Humans in confrontation with themselves … And the world around them… Following on tracks of his last exhibition, Koosha Moossavi refers to humanity’s stagnation. He writes that in his opinion, except in fields of technology, humans have not been able to exert much desired changes, and even the use of technology has in many cases led to devastation. At the same time, internal and social exploration has not improved the overall global situation. This series of works aims to explore this stagnation and passivity. Moossavi’s diligent sculptures show a state of stagnation and lethargy, as if suddenly and in a normal moment, they were distracted from their daily affairs, as in an act of metamorphosis. The atmosphere resembles incarceration of convicts that are forced to stand still: because with their short sightedness and abuse of technology, and at high speed they have brought about human calamities and environmental disasters. This spell might not be an eternal punishment, there might be a flicker of hope. Maybe this drying up, while standing, will not be permanent. /// Although the ambiguity of these pseudo-humans, resembles half-finished and abandoned creatures left behind by their creator in a purgatory full of sense of movement and a longing for dynamism. State of Play and the possibility of playing, is not yet absent, the scene can still conceive of change to turn this outward and inward metamorphosis into a celebration for the humanity and the unveiling of the hidden and visible relationships between them. Outside the world of these sculptures, because of pandemic humankind also suffered stagnation for several months, and the ongoing economic and social inequalities around the world abated for a short time. “Stagnation” looks outward, but has not omitted the inner self: artist writes that by full focus of human’s multiple senses on surrounding world and with deliberation, Humanity can find the answer to the important questions of existence and destiny. By inner focus and deep contemplation of oneself, humans should be able to find the answer to their questions. Amirali Ghasemi/Koosha Moossavi - Autumn 2021

In this show

Koosha Moossavi, Untitled, 2021, 0
2021 | Untitled

Koosha Moossavi

113 × 105 × 52cm

Koosha Moossavi, Some Scars Never Heal, 2020, 0
2020 | Some Scars Never Heal

Koosha Moossavi

33 × 20 × 22cm

Koosha Moossavi, Untitled, 2019, 0
2019 | Untitled

Koosha Moossavi

155 × 44 × 48cm

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