Matin Zad




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  1. I can’t stop looking at the creases in the cloth in the bottom image. At first I thought, the cloth should have been ironed, not just used out of the packaging. After more examination, I think that the contrast created by the creased fabric directly from the packaging (or un-ironed) adds more dimension to the overall image, more opportunities for from beyond the human figure.

    The top image is an unusual depiction of desire. The young person seems to be looking at a portion of someone else’s body. It is intentionally unclear as to the gender of either person. The broken up images led the viewer to ask questions, rather then be presented with answers.


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