MOHSEN YAZDIPOUR
MOHSEN YAZDIPOUR

Insensibilities of mouth less peopleAs human beings are born, little by little they hear, little by little they see, they talk little by little; as they grow up they learn not to say everything, not to hear everything and not to see everything. What determine these things are the common law dominants which are the amalgam of the ethics, politics and social matter's contrivances. During the time the things which are not to be seen, to be heard or to be said change but there is always something that is not to be said, seen or to be heard. In this way a part of the human's identity is defined and during the "modern" period in order to consolidate this identity, people are located within the camera's frames and be resized in "3x4" "6x4" cm or in bigger dimensions.But sometimes they are "those" who want people not to see, not to hear or not to say anything, I don't know what to call them. I do not know or I maybe can't say what do they afraid of? To "sieve" is their job and maybe their aim is to achieve a pure inventory creature.They clean up people, manipulate them to achieve this "pure" creature whatever this creature maybe called we can't call it as "human being"In "BREATH" Mohsen Yazdipour represent this situation; he began himself to eliminate eyes, ears and mouths from the essence of the human's portrait and how patiently he does it with such a delicacy he blocks the pores. But still these humans do have noses, they breathe and oxygen reaches to their hearts and brains in these breathing. I am sure in the expiration these blocked impenetrable portraits will molt; throw the skin away and the mouths, the ears and the eyes will be regained.I hope in his subsequent works, Mohsen yazdipour's job, instead of cleaning up would be re "opening".     "Mehran Mohajer"