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Neda Zarfsaz

Born and raised in Iran on 1981, Neda Zarfsaz is an aspiring artist living and working in Gothenburg. Neda has her own style in her ideas and in the way of coming up with them. As a designer Neda execute specific personality in an artistic manner so this personality in her background identifies her inspirations and the way of working in fine arts. Her installations has been inspired by the everyday objects which can be material aspects that were disposable or even alphabets as an object, and their relation to the artistic context. Time, employing the space and light are ingredients Neda always consider in her creations. Her paintings are mixed media and mainly inspired from her calligraphy skill, they are a smash hit of interlocking tangible traditional persian calligraphy and abstract art.

Majored in Visual communication design from faculty of art in Alzahra University, she is now studying master in C:Art:Media at Valand School of Fine Arts in Gothneburg. These three Installations are a selection of her recent works during the last 12 months. You can find more images of them in her Facebook photo album.



 
 

Echoes of light | Empty wine bottles and Horsehair | 2010
Based on Evaluating of found objects, focused on material aesthetics, the relationship of objects to space, specific disposals, and the effects of light.


 
 

Echoes of light | Empty wine bottles and Horsehair | 2010
Based on Evaluating of found objects, focused on material aesthetics, the relationship of objects to space, specific disposals, and the effects of light.


 
 

Echoes of light | Empty wine bottles and Horsehair | 2010
Based on Evaluating of found objects, focused on material aesthetics, the relationship of objects to space, specific disposals, and the effects of light.


 

Met-a-mor-pho-sis | 1300 x 60 cm | Vinyl | 2010
A language can be defined as the means used by people to communicate with each other; it might be verbal or it might be in the form of gestures or it might be in the written form. Language is considered to be an innate ability of human beings; so the primitive man when he made noises like grunts and used gestures to communicate his thoughts was in a way using a form of language.


-This text is part of the text in installation.

 

Met-a-mor-pho-sis | 1300 x 60 cm | Vinyl | 2010
A language can be defined as the means used by people to communicate with each other; it might be verbal or it might be in the form of gestures or it might be in the written form. Language is considered to be an innate ability of human beings; so the primitive man when he made noises like grunts and used gestures to communicate his thoughts was in a way using a form of language.


-This text is part of the text in installation.

 

Met-a-mor-pho-sis | 1300 x 60 cm | Vinyl | 2010
A language can be defined as the means used by people to communicate with each other; it might be verbal or it might be in the form of gestures or it might be in the written form. Language is considered to be an innate ability of human beings; so the primitive man when he made noises like grunts and used gestures to communicate his thoughts was in a way using a form of language.

Moreover, A language is part of culture and of course it is, so when we are talking about the evaluation of languages actually we are mentioning the evaluation of cultures. Language is the imitation like everything else. Languages always changes, and we know that slang changes but it’s hard to be aware because it is a slow process, everything else is change, this includes meanings, words order, and sound. Most of sounds changes and as a result, gradually one language turning to another because the sound changing has go on so far. The other process is consonant weakening and disappearing. But, vowels don’t only weaken and disappear but shifting around and that’s the normal process too, and that’s how we hear people have different accents but over time they can make a language very different from what it was.

Immigrants in Bergsjön are approximately 29 percent of the population in the urban area of Gothenburg. They came from, Somalia, Syria, Turkey, Iran and Iraq. This means a combination of 3, 4 and probably five languages in the area, Arabic, Turkish, Persian, Swedish and English and inevitable affects in languages. For instance, a Turkish kid speaks Turkish at home, and in a half immigrant school speaks in Swedish with a flat intonation and lots of slang derived from Turkish, and the ethnic Swedes scatter. Children at school returned home to teach their parents their “native” language (Swedish). Whereas in Sweden kids’ English as third language is good enough, even if it takes them a while to get over their shyness in using it. This multi lingual-ism gradually changes the tone and dialect of the languages during the years. My effort in this project is visualizing this metamorphosis of languages regarding to the different languages which are spoken in Bergsjön.


 

Met-a-mor-pho-sis | 1300 x 60 cm | Vinyl | 2010
A language can be defined as the means used by people to communicate with each other; it might be verbal or it might be in the form of gestures or it might be in the written form. Language is considered to be an innate ability of human beings; so the primitive man when he made noises like grunts and used gestures to communicate his thoughts was in a way using a form of language.


-This text is part of the text in installation.

 
 

Del-e Fooladam | Projection of motion video on fabric | 2009
Typo installation of Nima Youshij's Poems | Anthology Installation Series


 
 

Del-e Fooladam | Projection of motion video on fabric | 2009
Typo installation of Nima Youshij's Poems | Anthology Installation Series


 
 

Del-e Fooladam | Projection of motion video on fabric | 2009
Typo installation of Nima Youshij's Poems | Anthology Installation Series

 

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