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LIPSTICK TO THE VOID
The exhibition consists of four sculptural pieces of varying sizes and a sound installation. Red and white alongside reflective and transparent surfaces make up the pieces in “Lipstick to the Void”, an ongoing series that deal with a specified period of time that we call "at the moment".
The artist believes this temporality is constantly shaping contemporary geopolitics and is involved with another instant that he calls "the moment of impact".
Meer Azimi developed this concept studying the Iran-Iraq War, when Iraqi electronic disruption technologies had rendered Iranian air raid warning systems ineffective and turned the radar surface into an opaque white. The red siren had gone off and the bombs had fallen. Beyond "the moment of impact" and beneath the white surface of the radar, “wrinkles appeared as topographic ruins under the red sirens and the spilt blood”. The artist creates a sound area and installation piece in which the form and space are close to this moment. The pieces also deal with various characteristics of sound, hearing rec ...