Wood, Metal Rod & Metal sheet, Mirror, Fabric
L: 400cm, W: 60cm, H: 70cm
Azad Art Gallery, Tehran, 2015
Sometimes it is so interesting how the idea of designing a piece gets a boost from a very vague and hidden fondness in the unconscious mind. The idea of this piece, which was the biggest piece I had made by then, started to emerge when one morning I rediscovered the beauty of pyramid. It was like I am the first one who has realized how appealing a pyramid can be. This intuition continued to be developed by adding the wooden pieces which are shaped through a long and tricky process of improvisation and assembling afterward. They are hung from one metal rod in the center of the pyramid and the metal piece attached to the one end of the wood keeps it in balance. The mirror on top is the complementary part of the whole composition in terms of both material and form. It could successfully bind the piece with space and the visitors.