STATEMENT : Where are you looking at?! Neither my side nor your side. Maybe the fresh air is at another side.
Although this series of work is a stage photography but for me they are documentary images .The images I always have seen them around myself ,from childhood to now .Some “looks” behind gray curtains .The curtains which are always between you and me ,you and others ,others and us that has engaged a vast area of our mind framework .The curtains that have divided our world into two separate sides .A side in our self and another side that we are gazing through narrow opening. We are modest .The modesty that behind which we went hiding ,sometimes voluntarily and sometimes mandatorily .It doesn’t differ which side of the raised curtain we are placed .We are accustomed to one an other looks behind this grey walls. In this work the exhibited curtain does not belong to that personages standing behind it . Rather belongs to the audience which is present at this side either. It is very important to me that the audience when faces the work ,feels herself as a part of the work or within it .Because of this I considered the size of the work ,A bog size, to the extent that doesn’t damage the influence of “looks” that exists at work .”Where are you looking ?”is not just my question to my work subjects ,rather is a question that is brought up sometimes from the work to the audience and sometimes from the audience to the work .This is the product of “ staring” process between the audience and the work .The process that will defines my work as an artistic work.