The Colours of War War is considered to be a ghost that vanishes all the beauties, it might not be wanted sometimes but at the end those who suffer or those who give suffer, they both mislead themselves and their people with no benefits in return either. Today, the Middle East is the bloody field of isolating the political and religious conflicts as well as consuming various guns and weapons, these all leave impacts on the civilians first who are the victims of war all the time, torture and its tastes of tens even hundreds of shapes of murders is about to be a part each individual’s memorandum in this geography and it is being like a culture which descends to the latter generations firmly, they are being captivated by the torture. My project is going to be a part of the continuous reactions against war and its dark sides. In my works, I have tried to uncover those symbols which can be seen in the menace of war as definitions. War itself doesn’t mean more than invasion, murder and destructions. So, I have tried to to abbreviate the core meaning of war through some different medias, such as video arts, installation and paintings into some colors like (black, red and gray).. For me, these colors represent the war and its nightmares which eradicate the values of humanity, it gives another impression and image which is full of tragic outcomes, and it never stops smashing the human bodies as a factory of death.
date: 20th Feb 2020
Location: Yasna Organization
BERW HA! HA!
A cultural, social and political BREW HA! HA! was opened to the public September 15th – 26th 2014
University of Portsmouth Creative and Cultural Industries’ MA Fine Art postgraduates’ works’ focus on social and political expressions, cultural exchanges and interactions.
The works’ narratives are expressed through traditional contemporary and alternative art practices and forms ranging from textiles, paintings, digital photography, sculptures and multimedia; each presenting unique styles of works.
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