Wood, Metal Rod & Metal sheet, Mirror, Fabric
L: 400cm, W: 60cm, H: 70cm
Azad Gallery, Tehran, 2015
One day, while flipping through a book, I stumbled upon a picture of a pyramid, and it left a lasting impression on me. Its flawless symmetry and form felt incredibly captivating, almost like discovering it for the very first time. The image sparked a surge of inspiration, and I felt compelled to embark on a series of sketches centered around this remarkable pyramid.
To craft my composition, I envisioned incorporating a mirror atop the pyramid, connecting the artwork with its surroundings and inviting the viewer to engage with the piece. To maintain harmony within the arrangement, a long wooden piece gracefully dangled from a metal rod, ensuring the perfect balance of both vertical and horizontal elements in the composition. This arrangement allowed me to achieve the desired visual equilibrium in the piece.