It is a painting by Ali Razqandi created with mixed materials on canvas with dimensions of 100×150 cm.
It is a window to the endless field of dreams and nightmares, with primitive forms showing the chaos and interweaving state of this fictional world.
Sleep is a common human experience; an unknown world of forms and events that are born and die in a timeless and spaceless realm. The interweaving of events and times in a dream is an important part of the same unknown experience that presents vast sensory fields to us; From recreating long-term experiences engraved on subconscious, to representing everyday events; A world full of shapes, which on the one hand reaches the seductive peace of dreams, on the other hand, the anxiety of nightmares;
However, dreams seem to be colorless; A shadowy space of blacks and whites; Darkness and lightness. Color is the artist’s interpretation of the colorless world of dream; Recreating a black and white world in an infinite range of colors. Acrylic colors helped the artist to show this chaos and interweaving state. And this is a part of abstract art; a world is created and depicted within the artist’s mental framework. None of the components have a worldly root; they come from the world of the artist’s mind; from the world of dreams and nightmares.
This artwork by Ali Razqandi is a window that invites us to watch the mental world of the audience where forms and events are born and die in timelessness and spacelessness.
This artwork belongs to those who ….
We recommend this artwork to dreamers who have a sea in their head that is mostly calm however sometimes experiences stormy turbulence. This work can also be of interest to fans of abstract art.