Sculptures

THE RHINO I KNOW

This series represent ancient ironic creatures who travel to defy the norm, and yet keep the balance. They represent both the struggle and hope that remains while carrying their world, their ancient history with themselves, and live with in a Persian poem that reads:

“We pass the period of remoteness, yet we survive. Our toughness is beyond our expectation.

Who am I?

Tired of being myself, a maniac person who fights [conventional] wisdom…”

Shakibi Esfahani (16th century)

شبهای هجر را گذراندیم و زنده‌ایم 
ما را به سخت جانی خود این گمان نبود
من کیستم از خویش به تنگ آمده‌ای 
دیوانه با خرد به جنگ آمده‌ای

 

HELL

 

DARE

BORDERS

PERSIAN GARDEN