In this Artwork, Famori examines the morphology between two myths and the ultimate symbol, one of the western culture of the goddess Venus (goddess of beauty) and the other of the east of the goddess Shiva (god of death). One gives beauty and love and the other is destructive in addition to childbirth. One is dressed in white and the other is dressed in the ashes of the cemetery to show us that death is a reality alongside life.
Sublimation has been created by combining and matching images of two myths and transforming them from a two-dimensional photo into a dynamic and three-dimensional video image that is falling and moving. In addition to the overlap between the two myths, the pixel motion technique and the wavy motion of these pixels create an illusion and interfere with object recognition.
Reza Famori, born in 1994, graduated from the Faculty of Art and Architecture, Tehran Branch Central Azad University, and is currently a graduate student in Art Research. The form and spirit of the sculptures of the last two thousand years in two parts of ancient India and Greece and the commonalities between the created goddesses have been the most important sources of inspiration for the creation of this work by Famori.
Glitch video art show by Reza Famori in the form of group exhibition Glitch; pixel language was curated by Mohammad Ali Famori and Sadegh Majlesi in the space of 1- Bavan Gallery until Friday, March 12, 2021.