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Avgang 2024: Ghazaal Nasiri / Poetic Persian Girl

Avgang 2024: Ghazaal Nasiri / Poetic Persian Girl

Ghazaal Nasiri's work is directly inspired by the art she grow up with in Iran, the embroideries, carpets and handicrafts made by woman for decoration.

Once upon a time there was a man
He was no more than a boxer
When he left his home and his family
In the company of strangers
All he knew in life was to punch
So he boxed and boxed everything in sight
He kept on boxing
Day in and day out
Here was standing a boxer
And a fighter by his trade
And he carried the reminders
Of every punch he laid
Here was standing a boxer
Crying his anger and his pain
He had no more punches left
But the fighter still remains

Poem inspired by the song The Boxer by Simon and Garfunkel, and the book The Boxer by Hassan Mousavi

This is my final exhibition as an ending to a two year master program at KHiO. During this time I explored the conscious and subconscious aspects of automatic painting. My work is directly inspired by the art I grow up with in Iran, the embroideries, carpets and handicrafts made by woman for decoration. The process in making art for me is very close to the way they made art, I start the first steps on the floor like my grandmother, a Qashqainomadic woman waving kilim with colorful threads. She would sit in front of the loom and start weaving without a pattern on paper, she always knew what color to use for the next knot and what the next pattern was. The pleasure of unconditional experimentation was dependent on this engagement. At this point, the artwork is the scene of an event. figures detach from their context and regenerate themselves into an independent form of art. Automatism relies on the artists subconscious. A mixture of intention and what happens unexpectedly. The first move is unrestricted and instinctual. But the second stage is calculated. At this stage the task is to find a balance between freedom and discipline. Following a dramatic visualization as well as a united foundation.

MFA Graduation Projects

The final year Master students will present individual graduation projects in different spaces at KHIO and around Oslo. These newly developed projects will be diverse in form and will take place at different times during the spring semester. Some of the projects will open simultaneously. The graduating students will also collectively explore the group format in a curated group exhibition at Kunstnernes Hus. For several decades, the Academy was located at the back of the house, and in 2012, Kunstnernes Hus resumed its close relationship with the academy by showing the annual graduation exhibition in the Master of Fine Art.
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